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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 sales get limited attention in Metro Vancouver
Black Friday bargain hunters swamp Ottawa-area stores  Ottawa Citizen
Takeover gets hostile
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 its ...
Suncor Energy Inc lawyer tells regulator to reject Canadian Oil Sands Ltd ...  Financial Post
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.
Yelp Inc Triumphs in Lawsuit Over Misleading Reviews  Bidness ETC
Judge Dismisses Yelp Suit Brought by Shareholders  New York Times
Local taxi alliance seeks injunction against Uber
The ride-sharing service Uber is facing a fight from the Waterloo Region Taxi Alliance. next play/pause pre 1/1. Waterloo Region Record.
Clean up your act, cabbies  Herald Sun
Even the field for taxis, Uber  Toronto Sun
Black Friday in Canada 'politely' busy
Black Friday certainly was a busy shopping day, but it wasn't exactly white hot as in years past. With many retailers' promotions kicking off before U.S.
Canadian shoppers line up for Black Friday deals as poll puts planned ...  National Post
The real deal on Black Friday  Toronto Sun
Worker killed at Goldcorp's Musselwhite mine
VANCOUVER - Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) says a worker has been killed at its Musselwhite Mine in northern Ontario. The gold miner says the scoop operator died while working underground when rocks fell and completely covered the digger on Wednesday ...
Musselwhite mine death highlights need for new mine safety regulations
Goldcorp suspends Ontario mine after death  Toronto Sun
Counterfeit ovens like 'grenades waiting to go off'
Investigators are anxious to track down hundreds of unsafe clay ovens, “grenades” that could blow at any moment, from restaurants, catering businesses and private homes across Canada.
Police warn of ovens sold with counterfeit safety certificates  CTV News
Gas clay ovens sold with counterfeit safety certificates could explode: Police  CityNews
Evergreen Line to communities northeast of Vancouver delayed until early 2017
The Evergreen Line marked a major milestone with the completion of a complex tunnel-boring operation, but officials confirmed Friday that the opening of the light-rail system to three communities northeast of Vancouver has been delayed yet again, now ...
Evergreen Line contractor will face penalties for late completion  BCBusiness
Evergreen SkyTrain extension delayed to 2017  Nanaimo News Bulletin
Brunswick House denies reports that last call is drawing near
Staff at Toronto institution The Brunswick House say they are "as surprised as anyone" by reports that it will be closing its doors after 139 years.
Three talking points before saying goodbye to Toronto's Brunswick House  The Globe and Mail
Brunswick House may be replaced with Boston Pizza  Newstalk 1010
Company building Maritime Link lines files for bankruptcy protection
A Spanish company that is building parts of the Maritime Link, which will funnel Labrador-generated electricity to the Maritimes, has filed for bankruptcy protection.
Muskrat Falls contractor failing, but Emera says work continues
Firm building Muskrat Falls transmission lines files for bankruptcy protection  The Province