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Canadian households lead the world in terms of debt: OECD
Household debt levels in Canada are higher than those in any country included in a new OECD report, and the organization says it's a major risk to the country's economy.
Canada's economic growth has come at a price — it's debt level is ...  Financial Post
Congrats, Canadians: You're world leaders in debt
Huffington Post Canada  
Newfoundland and Labrador to sell marijuana through private stores
Marijuana plants grow at a lab in Cottage Grove, Minn., in a June 17, 2015, file photo. Jim Mone/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ST. JOHN'S, N.L.. The Canadian Press. 1 minute ago November 23, 2017. Newfoundland and Labrador has announced recreational ...
NL to sell cannabis through liquor corporation  The Western Star
Newfoundland And Labrador Will Sell Cannabis In Private Stores To Those 19 ...  Civilized
Competition Bureau wants answers from Sears liquidators on alleged price mark ...
The Competition Bureau is investigating allegations that some merchandise was marked up in price for Sears Canada liquidation sales, says a report by the court-appointed monitor for the retailer.
Sears Canada liquidation sale prices draw investigation from Competition Bureau  Toronto Star
Competition watchdog investigates Sears over alleged price hikes on ...  Radio Canada International
Vancouver unveils new housing strategy for the next decade
The City of Vancouver has unveiled its full 10-year strategy for housing, with an emphasis on building and preserving rental units.
Vancouver targets more density in single-family neighbourhoods  MetroNews Canada
Vancouver's 10-year housing strategy sees densification of vast swaths ...  Vancouver Sun
Net Neutrality Explained: What It Means (and Why It Matters)
After signaling that it would for months, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday revealed its plan to dismantle regulations that ensure equal access to the Internet, a concept known as “net neutrality.
How repealing net neutrality in US could hurt Canadian pocketbooks
What happens in US once 'net neutrality' rules bite the dust?  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Hydro One considering use of pre-paid meters for electricity
TORONTO -- Hydro One is considering allowing its customers to use pre-paid meters for their electricity use. The proposal is contained within a massive Ontario Energy Board application, which also asks for a rate increase of 0.5 per cent this year and ...
Energy Minister doesn't see threat to poor in pre-payment hydro meters  Toronto Sun
Hydro One's prepaid meter proposal sparks criticism  Toronto Star
Aurora Cannabis buying greenhouse designer Larssen to push pot partnership plans
Larssen Ltd., which is being bought by Aurora Cannabis, is designing, engineering and overseeing construction of the half-built Aurora Sky cannabis greenhouse near the Edmonton International Airport, a facility it says will have capacity to produce 100 ...
Aurora Cannabis to Acquire H2 Biopharma  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Toronto stock market near flat and loonie up with US markets closed  News1130
NS premier takes swipe at auditor general, says leave policy to politicians
HALIFAX - Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil came out swinging today at the province's auditor general over a report critical of how the province communicates its health care strategy.
Future of ferry between Maine, Nova Scotia jeopardized again  Clay Center Dispatch
All-party committee of BC MLAs to research ride-hailing
VICTORIA - The controversial question of allowing ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft to operate in B.C. will be researched by a group of MLAs from the NDP, Greens and Liberals.
BC Green leader hopes this is the last Christmas without ride-hailing
BC Green Party ridesharing bill heads to Legislative committee
Supreme Court of Canada to hear case on whether ISPs can charge for IDing ...
The Supreme Court of Canada says it will hear a case over whether an internet service provider can charge a fee for revealing information about a suspected movie pirate to film producers seeking to crack down on people who share copyrighted material ...
Supreme Court will hear Rogers' appeal in Voltage Pictures case