One of the nation's largest fast-food chains, Subway, is currently under fire following a new lawsuit targeting the sandwich shop's tuna.

The suit is being filed by two California women, Karen Dhanowa and Nilima Amin, who claim the meat does not contain a "scintilla" of fish, leading them to believe the tuna is actually fake.

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If you’re looking for tax help in Canada, the federal government has you covered!

In a series of notices about preparing for tax time, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has explained some of the most common mistakes people make when filing.

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Getting money from Canada’s Microsoft class-action lawsuit is easy as pie, as customers are not required to provide receipts or proof of purchase for some claims.

Earlier this year, one of Canada’s largest-ever class-action lawsuits was launched against Microsoft and Microsoft Canada.

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The OPP are slamming COVID-19 flyers as fake news after they were spotted circulating around the province. 

In a tweet on Wednesday, police state that the notices were circulating around Prescott and other areas, as well as online.

The flyers claim that they are from "The National Council of Common Law Assemblies" and that they are issuing a "notice of public safety law outlawing COVID measures."

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