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Canadians not buying mobile payments: GfK study
Nov. 21, 2014, Toronto – Canadian consumers lag far behind citizens of other countries on mobile payments, yet attitudes suggest mobile buying will increase, suggests new research from GfK Canada.  | READ MORE
 
The world may soon face a chocolate shortage: Callebaut
Nov. 20, 2014, Switzerland – Chocolate lovers had better start stocking up, as the world's largest manufacturer of the sweet stuff is warning of a cocoa shortage by the end of the decade. CTV News reports. | READ MORE
 
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Petition to see women on bank notes tops 50,000
Nov. 19, 2014, Ottawa – More than 50,000 people are putting pressure on The Bank of Canada to feature Canadian women on bank notes, reports CBC News. | READ MORE
 
Quebec vending pioneer passes away
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Nov. 19, 2014, Montreal – The vending industry in Quebec and across Canada has lost a pioneer. Gustave Robillard passed away at the age of 83 on Nov. 15, surrounded by his wife and two children.  | READ MORE
 
Pay by wristband launched in Canadian test by RBC with Bionymís Nymi
Nov. 18, 2014, Calgary – The Royal Bank is testing Nymi, a wristband that verifies shoppers by using their heartbeat to allow credit card payments, reports The Calgary Herald. | READ MORE
 
Side-by-side bakery and cuff links vending machines launch
Nov. 17, 2014, Toronto – Cuffwear and BakeryHaus have teamed up on an experiment that lets customers access two premium items – baked goods and cuff links – through a vending machine. The National Post reports. | READ MORE
 
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