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Consumer Alert Videojournalist, CTV News Toronto
A recent survey by the Entertainment Software Association of Canada found that Canadians are playing more video games during the pandemic to stay entertained and connected.
Snow blowers have been mostly silent in the Greater Toronto Area this winter and if Toronto gets less snow in future winters, you may want to consider a new tool for your driveway.
There is no “lemon law” in Canada when it comes to buying a new vehicle that turns out to have problems.
Canadians have been told to stay in the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but now the Prime Minister wants you to stay in your province too.
For the first time in its 62-year-history, the Toronto International Boat Show has gone online.
An Ontario barbershop has reopened during the provincial lockdown using a loophole that the owner claims allows them to operate legally.
Flower shops report business is growing steadily during the COVID-19 pandemic, attributing the sales boost to people wanting to brighten up their homes.
Vehicle prices in Canada have hit an all-time high with the average vehicle selling for more than $40,000.
Every year thousands of Canadians are hurt after slipping on icy stairs, steps and sidewalks. Now if it happens in Ontario you’ll have a lot less time to sue for damages.
New cars are packed with technology keeping us safe and tracking our every move, but they're also transmitting data in real time back to car manufacturers.