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Consumer Alert Videojournalist, CTV News Toronto
Like many artists, Bon Jovi had planned an extensive summer tour this year but it ended up being cancelled due to COVID-19.
Pool stores say they are seeing a massive increase in sales as more families stay close to home during the pandemic.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers had been increasingly using forms of cashless payment such as credit and debit cards, e-transfers and their smartphones to pay for products.
About 26 million Canadians will file a tax return this year and about 1.7 million of them will still do it on paper.
When a Scarborough family decided to sell their home last fall they had no idea their closing day would land smack in the middle of a pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for both large and small Canadians businesses to endure.
A Brampton man says he was shocked when the $200 e-transfer he sent his daughter to help her buy food during the pandemic ended up in someone else’s bank account.
With many people working from home as a result of COVID-19 cars are spending more time in the driveway than on the highway.
A family from Caledon, Ont. say they are struggling to get their short-term rental money back after their planned Florida vacation had to be canceled due to COVID-19.