Tip Pooling Controversy

The following article explains how the rise of minimum wage in many provinces is causing restaurant chains to enforce a tip sharing policy. Instead of servers being able to keep the tips they've earned, they have to evenly divide their earnings with their coworkers. Restaurants are enforcing this policy in lieu of giving long-time employees …

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Bread price-fixing

George Weston Ltd. and Loblaw corporation have admitted to participating in fixing the price of bread from 2002 and 2015. Under the Competitions Act, price-fixing carries potential fines up to $25 million and imprisonment up to 14 years, however, no charges have been laid in this case. http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/weston-loblaw-bread-price-fixing-1.4457061