Consumer

Consumer Reports: Best sunscreens for protection and value

It can be easy to get burned when buying sunscreen. Consumer Reports' expert testing reveals which lotions and sprays offer the best protection and the best value too.

Canadian provinces ranked by average consumer debt: Equifax report

Survey reveals where Canadians carry the highest and lowest consumer debt loads

Nova Scotia higher than national average for hospitalizations because of alcohol: report

The number of people in Nova Scotia hospitalized because of alcohol in 2016 ranked higher than the national average, according to a new report from the Canadian Institute of Health Information, and it's also the only...

Consumer Reports: Taking care of your bike helmet

Once you buy a bike helmet, you may think your part is done when it comes to protecting yourself while riding. But it turns out that's not the case.

Summer Of Savings: MIT Museum’s ‘Idea Hub’

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is doing its part to keep kids engaged and enriched while school is out, avoiding the dreaded "summer slide."

How Did Tropical Storm Cindy Affect Carnival Cruisers?

The weather pushed back the schedule for a lot of cruisers Thursday morning.

New Senate Health Bill Could Hit the Middle Class Hard

Obamacare was attacked for spiking insurance premiums. But they could go up even more under the new proposal.

IKEA launches collection point in Regina

The iconic Swedish home furnishing store is now easier to shop at for Regina residents.

Sears Canada could survive bankruptcy but likely not as a department store

The struggling retailer will probably have to become a specialized store and drastically reduce its footprint across Canada, experts say.

Buying from a breeder: how to make sure your puppy is healthy

When it comes to buying a new puppy, the Canadian Kennel Club says it is “buyer beware.”

Tim Hortons’ parent company vows to cut antibiotics in chicken

Restaurant Brands International Inc said it intends to switch to chicken raised without the use of antibiotics.

DeRusha Eats: Lord Fletcher’s Old Lake Lodge

Lord Fletcher's Old Lake Lodge provides a party outside on the wharf, elegant finer dining upstairs, and something in between in the middle.

American Eagle Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Alabama

An American Eagle flight with 65 passengers on board made an emergency landing in Selma, Alabama, after the pilot noticed a burning smell in…

Canadian breweries take on Alberta government’s beer tax

Two Canadian brewing companies head to court in Calgary on Thursday, arguing that a mark-up on out-of-province beer is unconstitutional. Last summer a markup was introduced on all beer, but Alberta brewers were given access...

Toronto senior who says she was told water not safe, urged to buy filtration systems getting refund

A Toronto senior who said she was told her drinking water wasn’t safe and urged to spend more than $15,000 to buy filtration systems will be getting her money back after a Global News report.