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Stores hope deals, excitement draw shoppers for Black Friday
NEW YORK - Stores are hoping deals and excitement bring shoppers to stores and to their sites for Black Friday, one of the biggest shopping days of the year.
Black Friday merchants look to extend moment of retail optimism  Malay Mail Online
Walmart Black Friday 2017 Sales Starts Now – Wal-Mart Best Deals Online, In ...  Centrio News
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 — its debt level is now ...  Financial Post
Canadians to increase holiday spending despite OECD debt warnings  Digital Journal
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's housing strategy aims for "transformation" of ...  Vancouver Sun
Vancouver tables 10-year plan to address housing crisis  The Globe and Mail
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 Compass
Newfoundland And Labrador Will Sell Cannabis In Private Stores To Those 19 ...  Civilized
Aurora Cannabis buying greenhouse designer Larssen to push pot partnership plans
Aurora Cannabis Inc. says it intends to use its ownership of greenhouse design firm Larssen Ltd. to pressure other cannabis producers to enter partnerships that will further its aggressive growth plans.
Aurora Cannabis to Acquire H2 Biopharma  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  Financial Post
BCLC gets more teeth to monitor the gaming industry
VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) - New efforts are being made to give the BC Lottery Corporation stronger oversight when it comes to money laundering in casinos in our province.
British Columbia to pay casinos more to ensure AML compliance  CalvinAyre.com
Supreme Court to decide whether Rogers can charge $100/ hour to ID movie pirates
OTTAWA - 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 ...
Canada Ruling Could Allow ISPs to Charge for Identifying Online Pirates  iPhone in Canada (press release) (blog)
Ontario's new labour law brings many changes, including $15 minimum wage
Ontario's sweeping new labour law provides a host of new rules, including a $15 minimum wage by 2019, that supporters say will lift people out of poverty and opponents fear will kill jobs.
$15 minimum wage becomes a law  CanIndia News
Have your say on fair wages in BC  Voiceonline.com
Passive income changes could net feds $6 billion, PBO says
The federal government could eventually rake in up to $6 billion annually in new revenue as a result of a proposed change in the tax rules for incorporated small businesses, Parliament's budget watchdog estimated Thursday.
Liberals' passive-income tax changes could bring in $6-billion a year ...  The Globe and Mail
Revised passive investment rules would fetch Ottawa $6 billion: PBO  Financial Post
Hydro One asks for rate increases, pre-paid meters in Ontario Energy Board ...
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 (OEB) application, which also asks for a rate increase of 0.5 per cent this year and 4.8 ...
EDITORIAL: 'Pre-paid' hydro plan repugnant  Toronto Sun
Hydro One's prepaid meter proposal sparks criticism  Toronto Star