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Rogers announces magazine overhaul, will stop printing four publications
TORONTO - Rogers Communications announced Friday an overhaul of its magazines that will see Flare, Sportsnet, MoneySense and Canadian Business disappear from store shelves and move to online only.
In addition, magazines including Maclean's, Chatelaine and Today's Parent will reduce the number of print editions that they publish.



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BUSINESS NEWS

Rogers announces magazine overhaul, will stop printing four publications
TORONTO - Rogers Communications announced Friday an overhaul of its magazines that will see Flare, Sportsnet, MoneySense and Canadian Business disappear from store shelves and move to online only.
In addition, magazines including Maclean's, Chatelaine and Today's Parent will reduce the number of print editions that they publish.



ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

In this photo provided by Amazon Studios, Jeffrey Tambor, right, as Maura Pfefferman and Amy Landecker as Sarah Pfefferman appear in a scene from
Video streaming service Shomi says it will shut down as of Nov. 30
TORONTO - Video streaming service Shomi announced Monday it will shut down at the end of November, two years after it launched.
"The business climate and online video marketplace have changed markedly in the last few years," David Asch, senior vice-president and general manager for Shomi, said in a statement.



HEALTH NEWS

A man vapes outside a store selling electronic cigarettes and supplies Thursday April 24, 2014 in North Arliington, N.J. The Liberal government says it plans to introduce legislation later this fall to regulate vaping. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP Photo/Northjers
Federal Liberals say will regulate vaping products to help shield young people
OTTAWA - The Liberal government says it plans to introduce legislation later this fall to regulate vaping.
Health Canada says the move will balance the need to protect young people from nicotine addiction while allowing adult smokers to legally buy vaping products and e-cigarettes to help quit smoking or as a potentially less harmful alternative to tobacco.