Canadian Business News: November 23, 2017

Canadian Business News: November 23, 2017

– Competition Bureau wants answers from Sears liquidators on alleged price mark-ups, says report

– Aurora Cannabis to buy greenhouse design firm Larssen

– Fatal collision near St-Bruno station cancels several commuter trains

– How to stack your online savings on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

– How to argue about net neutrality (and why you should)

– Elon Musk’s giant battery is ready for testing in Australia

– Travellers delayed at Pearson turn waiting lounge into Newfoundland kitchen party

– Canadians are the most indebted in the world, OECD says, as it warns on rising debt risk

– British regulator accuses Canadian drug firm of abusing market dominance

– Vancouver mayor wants powers to label some city land ‘rental only’

– Government aims to keep organized crime out of legal cannabis market — but may license minor offenders

– Retail sales inched up in September, but only because of higher gas prices

– Comparethemarket owner scraps long-awaited IPO for stake sale

– Government could earn up to B a year with changes to small business tax law: watchdog

– Canada Retail Sales Climb 0.1% in September

– First LNG shipment leaves BC for China as industry looks to expand exports

– Fixing the train system is a political minefield in New York

– Report on Small Business newsletter: Ontario passes minimum wage

– Signet Jewelers: Were The Numbers That Bad?

– Man charged after allegedly defrauding elderly neighbour of more than 0000
Canadian Business News: November 23, 2017