CBC - Business Compass Minerals and Unifor reach tentative deal in Goderich salt mine strike 2018-07-15T10:15:40.000000000-04:00 Compass Minerals and the union representing striking Goderich salt mine workers have reached a tentative deal, days after both sides returned to the bargaining table. Greyhound replacements and plastic that detects E. coli: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet 2018-07-15T04:00:00.000000000-04:00 CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including replacements for Greyhound in western Canada, researchers developing a plastic patch to detect meat contamination and Tim Hortons testing delivery. Trucking industry facing driver shortage 2018-07-15T04:00:00.000000000-04:00 People working in the trucking industry say a shortage of drivers is looming larger than ever and freight and logistics companies say they can't fill positions as fast as baby boomers are leaving them. Customers call scrapped cellphone fee misleading, and some are still paying it 2018-07-15T04:00:00.000000000-04:00 Thought that annoying system access fee was a thing of the past? Turns out, the saga isn’t over. Some people are still paying the controversial wireless phone charge. Meanwhile, a class action lawsuit targeting the fee is making its way to trial. New Tesla owners on hook for $14K after sudden end of electric car incentive program 2018-07-14T17:23:06.000000000-04:00 Some Tesla customers say they now have to fork over an extra $14,000 for their new Model 3 electric cars because of Ontario's sudden decision to end an incentive program for electric and hydrogen vehicles. Why Twitter is finally cracking down on fake accounts 2018-07-14T04:00:00.000000000-04:00 Twitter's attempt to clean its service of fake and malicious accounts may be bad news for celebrities losing millions from their follower counts, but it's likely to be good news for the company in the long run, analysts say. Oil and parties do mix: $70-a-barrel crude keeps Stampede good times rolling 2018-07-14T04:00:00.000000000-04:00 Rebounding oil prices mean Calgary is much more festive for this summer's edition of the Stampede compared to recent years. Hudson's Bay pulling Ivanka Trump clothing line due to lack of sales 2018-07-13T16:31:42.000000000-04:00 The Hudson's Bay Company says it will no longer carry Ivanka Trump's clothing line at its stores and has already dropped the brand from its website. Supreme Court rules B.C. doesn't have to disclose health records to cigarette maker 2018-07-13T09:52:59.000000000-04:00 British Columbia does not have to hand over the detailed health care records of millions of people to tobacco company Philip Morris International, says Canada's top court. Friday morning's unanimous Supreme Court decision clears a hurdle in the province's quest to sue cigarette companies for bill... Sure, we could spend 4% of GDP on the military — with huge cuts or tax hikes 2018-07-13T04:00:00.000000000-04:00 Increasing military spending to four per cent of GDP would require unprecedented program cuts or huge tax increases.