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Shoppers vent online after Best Buy Canada site malfunctions on Black Friday
Customers shop at a Best Buy store on Black Friday, shortly after the store's 6 a.m. opening on Friday, Nov. 27, 2015 in Ottawa.
Black Friday brawls and bargains: chaos and calm on opposite sides of the Pond  CTV News
Black Friday bargain hunters swamp Ottawa-area stores  Ottawa Citizen  
Final arguments delivered in Suncor Energy's hostile bid for Canadian Oil Sands
CALGARY - Final arguments in Suncor Energy's hostile bid for Canadian Oil Sands played out before Alberta regulators on Friday, with lawyers for COS insisting shareholders need more time to consider their options, while those for Suncor said time for ...
Suncor Energy Inc. To Go Ex-Dividend on November 30th (SU)  Voice Chronicle
Suncor Energy Inc. to Issue Quarterly Dividend of C$0.29 on December 24th (SU)  WKRB News
Yelp Prevails in Lawsuit Over Authenticity of Its Reviews
Yelp Inc won the dismissal of a lawsuit by shareholders who claimed they were fraudulently misled about the authenticity and quality of its reviews, and whether Yelp manipulated those reviews to favour paying advertisers.
Court favors Yelp Inc over authenticity and quality of its reviews  Northern Californian
Yelp Inc Triumphs in Lawsuit Over Misleading Reviews  Bidness ETC
Black Friday vs. Cyber Monday: Shopping wars
Canadians have played with Black Friday for a little while, but now, like a new toy at Christmas, something shiny and new has come along.
Canadian shoppers line up for Black Friday deals as poll puts planned ...  National Post
The real deal on Black Friday  Toronto Sun
US online shopping rivals store trips: NRF survey
(Reuters) - An equal number of U.S. shoppers sought to buy items online as they did in physical stores over the Thanksgiving weekend, according to a closely watched survey by the leading retail industry lobby, highlighting the growing importance of ...
151 million people shopped over Black Friday weekend  Washington Post
US store sales down slightly for Thanksgiving, Black Friday  Business Standard
'Shop The Neighbourhood' comes to Edmonton for first time
People hunting that perfect Christmas gift on Saturday were encouraged to Shop The Neighbourhood, a national program aimed at supporting local businesses.
'Shop the Neighbourhood' offers deals to encourage Calgarians to ...
Shopping the neighbourhood in Dundas  CHCH News
Ontario's path to budget balance paved with privatization: Cohn
Good news for Ontario: Most of the bad economic news is behind us. But no amount of extolling, explicating and excusing by Queen's Park can conceal the inconvenient truth that our economy refuses to perform as promised.
Sarnia-Lambton MPP criticizes fall economic statement  Sarnia Observer
Liberal economic report glosses over Ontario's harsh reality (press release) (registration) (blog)
Professional rodeo coming to Canadian Western Agribition next year
Canadian Western Agribition (CWA) CEO Marty Seymour in Regina on November 03, 2015. Don Healy / Regina Leader-Post. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Professional rodeo event announced for 2016 Agribition (blog)
Construction headaches expected for next Agribition
Farm protests about WCB coverage result of 'miscommunication,' premier says
A gathering storm of protest about proposed legislation to make WCB coverage mandatory for farm workers is the result of miscommunication, says Alberta Premier Rachel Notley.
Premier Rachel Notley cites "miscommunication" in Bill 6 outrage ...  Edmonton Sun
Farmers take stand against Bill 6 in protest  CTV News
Allstate Insurance releases annual collision statistics
If you're in an accident, the greatest chances are it will be on a Friday in January and involve a rear-end collision, according to Allstate Insurance's 2015 Safe Driving Study.
Allstate Canada study finds collisions on the rise (press release) (registration) (blog)
Collisions on rise  The Chronicle Journal