Business report: Markets rising in light of Scotland referendum
680News senior business editor Mike Eppel says markets across the pond are rising in light of the Scotland vote against independence. Also, lineups are winding around stores in anticipation of the new iPhones.
People in Scotland head to the polls today in a referendum that will decide the future of the United Kingdom. Political editor of Macleans Magazine’s Paul Wells discusses how this referendum result could have serious implications.
BT Vancouver: Struggle to Get Ready For One Vancouver School
L’Ecole Bilingue was slated for demolition this summer with the entire school packed up in June. But students will now have to go back to the old school, because of delays in getting permits for their temporary site
EXCLUSIVE: Mike Yawney’s iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus review
On Friday, Apple will begin selling the highly anticipated iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Canada. CityNews technology specialist Mike Yawney was the only Canadian broadcast journalist to get his hands on the devices early to put them through their paces. Here is his exclusive review.
BT Vancouver: WestJet to start charging fees for checked luggage on some flights
WestJet has decided to start charging fees for checked luggage on some North American flights. Economy passengers will soon start having to pay $25 for their first checked bag, for travel within Canada and between Canada and the United States.
Business Report: Oil at 2-year low, Alibaba’s giant IPO
680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including a two-year low for oil prices and a Chinese tech company is poised to make a blockbuster IPO on the New York stock exchange.