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Second Cup cannabis and Leafs fans shut out: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss one thing this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and well being information you wish to have.Want this on your inbox? Get the Marketplace e-newsletter each Friday.Husband racks up pre-divorce debtBanks can building up your credit score prohibit — and you would possibly not even are aware of it. An Ontario lady says the joint line of credit score she signed along with her now ex-husband was once larger a number of occasions with out her permission. Now she’s left with the debt her partner racked up prior to the divorce. A BMO spokesperson says the financial institution complied with all criminal necessities after they larger it. Diane Bennett says BMO will have to by no means have larger the prohibit on a joint line of credit score, permitting her ex-husband to rack up debt. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)Canadians are recycling flawedYour recycling efforts could be going to waste. The glass and plastic recyclables you set within the blue bin may transform rubbish should you depart meals on them. Even a pizza field may contaminate a recycling machine if it has oil on it. It’s costing thousands and thousands of greenbacks a 12 months, however citizens can assist by means of rinsing boxes and the use of an app to determine if an merchandise is recyclable.Mark Badger of Canada Fibers says even a small quantity of yogurt or peanut butter left in a container can on occasion contaminate a complete tonne of paper, making it unmarketable and destined for the sell off. (David Donnelly/CBC)Leafs fans shut outIt’s worse than you idea for fans of the Toronto Maples Leafs. Getting your palms on playoff tickets is just about unattainable. A CBC/Toronto Star investigation finds simplest 96 tickets have been ever placed on sale for most people during the on-line field administrative center. Average price tag costs on reseller StubHub have been indexed as top as $616 in step with price tag.Even extra painful than the Maple Leafs’ report in previous seasons is the trouble in getting tickets now they are within the playoffs. (Nathan Denette/Canadian Press)Second Cup cannabis caféYou may quickly be capable to pick out up leisure marijuana along with your morning espresso. Second Cup is teaming up with a cannabis corporate to function a logo of dispensaries around the nation. The espresso chain these days operates 286 espresso stores throughout Canada. Ottawa-based National Access Cannabis corp. plans to transform make a selection storefronts in puts the place the drug will quickly be criminal.National Access Cannabis these days has 9 places unfold throughout seven provinces. (Samuel Rancourt)What else is happening?Bell tops the checklist for buyer lawsuits. Followed by means of Rogers and Telus, shoppers say they have been misled and misinformed by means of the telecom provider suppliers.Norovirus outbreak on Vancouver Island. Two B.C. oyster farms closed after 40 circumstances of gastrointestinal illness related to consuming the shellfish uncooked since March.Rents fall brief for GTA condos. Almost part of all buyers who purchased condos in 2017 are spending extra to deal with them than what they are getting again in condominium source of revenue.This week in remembersThis roast pork may well be infected with Listeria; those clay and facial polish merchandise may comprise micro organism like E. coli; those USB chargers may pose an electrical surprise or hearth possibility.What will have to we examine subsequent?Our TV season has wrapped till the autumn. Miss an episode? Watch Marketplace investigations on YouTube right here. We are busy running on new tales and need to listen from you.  What do you suppose we will have to examine subsequent? Email us at market@cbc.ca.

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