Canadian Business News: November 24, 2017

Canadian Business News: November 24, 2017

– Sask. shoppers plan to seek Black Friday, Cyber Monday deals

– Aurora Cannabis buying greenhouse designer Larssen to push pot partnership plans

– Vancouver’s housing strategy aims for “transformation” of residential neighbourhoods

– Canadian households lead the world in terms of debt: OECD

– Trudeau ‘very concerned’ about US plans to roll back net neutrality

– Agent’s video of a breakout Newfoundland Kitchen Party at Pearson goes viral

– Investment Considerations for the Cannabis Industry: Spotting the Red Flags

– Busting The Door Busters On Black Friday

– Tesla’s electric Semi trucks are priced to compete at 0000

– Tesla’s Newest Promises Break the Laws of Batteries

– Hello CRA, are you there? Canada Revenue Agency giving bad advice — if callers can get through: AG

– The Keystone XL pipeline has won approval in Nebraska

– BC Hydro says utilities watchdog underestimated benefits of Site C

– Andy Byford leaving the TTC for a job with New York City Transit

– US oil prices rise to two-year high on pipeline outage

– Green Party Leader Weaver announces ride-hailing will go to all-party committee

– First Canadian cargo of LNG shipped to China

– By 2020, retail credit should be over 50% of credit book: Rashesh Shah, Edelweiss Group

– minimum wage becomes a law

– Latest data shows retail sales are losing steam
Canadian Business News: November 24, 2017