City will fund Pride Toronto, even as uniformed officers blocked from parade
City council won't pull Pride funding over decision to bar uniformed police officers
After a heated daylong debate, Toronto councillors voted 27-17 to give Pride Toronto $260,000 in funding for this summer's festival, despite the organization's decision to ask uniformed officers not to march in the parade.
Nortel to finally start paying back billions to creditors
Nortel Canada to start paying billions to creditors
Nortel Canada's long-suffering creditors will finally begin to receive their share of more than $4 billion US to be distributed under a plan approved in January, eight years after the former technology titan began bankruptcy proceedings.
'Embracing our girl power:' Movie chain doubles down on ladies-only Wonder Woman screenings
Critics decry ladies-only Wonder Woman screenings as cinema chain adds more
The Alamo Drafthouse movie chain has doubled down at its Austin, Texas and New York City theatres, announcing additional women-only screenings of Wonder Woman after encountering online criticism for the promotion.