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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 — its debt level is now ...  Financial Post
Congrats, Canadians: You're world leaders in debt  Macleans.ca
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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.
Regulator investigating Sears Canada liquidation sale prices: monitor  National Post
Competition watchdog investigates Sears over alleged price hikes on ...  Radio Canada International
NL government rolls out its pot plans, Part 1
TEL-A01-24112017-GovtCannabis-AF.jpg CP photo The Newfoundland and Labrador government has unveiled the first parts of its plans for legalized cannabis.
Newfoundland and Labrador to sell marijuana through private stores  The Globe and Mail
Private Sales Licenses, Age Limit at 19 Included in NL Marijuana Legislation  VOCM
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
EDITORIAL: 'Pre-paid' hydro plan repugnant
A London Hydro smart meter made by Sensus hangs on the outside wall of a house on Maitland Street in London on Wednesday July 24, 2013.
Hydro One asks for rate increases, pre-paid meters in Ontario Energy Board ...  CBC.ca
Hydro One's prepaid meter proposal sparks criticism  Toronto Star
The End of Net Neutrality Could be Good for Marketers -- And Bad for Almost ...
Yesterday the Federal Communications Commission released its final draft the exceptionally misleadingly titled "Restoring Internet Freedom" order.
How repealing net neutrality in US could hurt Canadian pocketbooks  CBC.ca
Rescinding network neutrality could harm startups, small business, consumers  The Mercury News
BC legislature committee to review future of ride-hailing services
The Uber app is displayed on an iPhone as taxi drivers wait for passengers at Vancouver International Airport. DARRYL DYCK/THE CANADIAN PRESS.
BC Green leader hopes this is the last Christmas without ride-hailing  CBC.ca
Uber-style services to be studied by all-party committee  CTV News
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
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, emergency leave become law as Ontario passes labour reform ...  CBC.ca
Debate over $15 minimum wage heats up as Wynne government and local MPP ...  theifp.ca
Tesla's massive battery in Australia is ready for testing
The world's biggest battery is ready for testing in South Australia, with hopes it can help solve the energy problems plaguing that state.
Elon Musk's giant battery is ready for testing in Australia  National Post
Elon Musk Built The World's Largest Lithium-Ion Battery In Record Time  Newsweek