Union cancels Monday strike plan at Flair Airlines

The union that represents 139 flight attendants at Flair Airlines has called off a strike that would have been set to begin early Monday morning after the airline threatened repercussions for anyone who walked off the [Read entire story]

High-tech car theft and talcum powder warning: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including a rise in high-tech car theft, a drop in the price of meat and seafood, and a Health Canada warning about using talcum powder. [Read entire story]

Dollarama reports $133.5M profit in 3rd quarter

Dollarama Inc. says it earned $133.5 million in its latest quarter, up from $130.1 million a year ago. The retailer says the profit amounted to 41 cents per diluted share. Analysts had expected a profit of 42 cents per [Read entire story]

CFO of Chinese tech giant Huawei arrested in Vancouver, sought by U.S. for extradition

Canadian officials have arrested Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer and deputy chair of the board for the Chinese tech giant Huawei, CBC News has confirmed. [Read entire story]

Maple Leaf Foods to build new London plant, shutter 3 others in Ontario, including Toronto

Maple Leaf Foods has announced plans to build a $660-million fresh poultry facility that would employ 1,450 people in London. [Read entire story]

New chief of St. Michael’s Hospital ER plans to get to know the neighbourhood

A doctor slated to be the new chief of emergency medicine at St. Michael's Hospital in January plans to venture out into the community when she starts next year to get to know the population she will serve. [Read entire story]

4 Hamilton teens arrested in connection with GTA cell phone thefts totalling $30K

The group is accused of targeting a number of stores since late October. [Read entire story]

Ford says Ontario can’t do anything to stop GM from shutting down Oshawa plant

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the province can't do anything to keep the Oshawa General Motors plant running. "I've never seen a government roll over so quickly," NDP Leader Andrea Horwath responds. [Read entire story]

Senators pass back-to-work legislation to end rotating postal strike

Senators voted in favour of the Liberal government's legislation to force Canada Post employees back to work — a move that was quickly given royal assent. [Read entire story]

3 levels of government come together at community safety summit amid ‘rise in violence’

Members of government from municipal, provincial and federal levels came together in Toronto on Sunday to discuss keeping communities safe in the wake of a violent year for the city. [Read entire story]

‘Big questions’ hang over funeral of alleged Bruce McArthur victim

Family and friends from around the world gathered Sunday to lay to rest Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam, a man who sought refuge in Canada only to meet a violent end. [Read entire story]

Arrest warrant sought for man accused of attempted murder in Mississauga

Peel police say they are seeking a Canada-wide arrest warrant for a man, 23, who allegedly tried to kill another man in Mississauga. [Read entire story]

Pedestrian hit by driver on King Street suffers life-threatening injuries

A woman in her 40s has suffered life-threatening injuries after she was hit by a car on King Street East in Toronto, according to paramedics. [Read entire story]

Ottawa gives Pride Toronto $450K for plan to improve LGBT safety

The federal government announced a $450,000 grant to help Pride Toronto develop strategies to make LGBT communities in Canada live more securely. [Read entire story]

Come From Away cast among performers at CBC’s Sounds of the Season

The Come From Away cast will be one of several acts that will take the stage at this year's CBC Toronto Sounds of the Season on Dec. 7. [Read entire story]

Worst day for oil since 2015 as WTI price falls to $50 US a barrel

The price of a barrel of the most common blend of U.S. oil fell to its lowest level in more than a year, as fears of a global supply glut came roaring back to life. [Read entire story]

Alberta is in ‘crisis’ over low energy prices, Trudeau acknowledges, as thousands protest in Calgary

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the current low price of Canadian oil is a "crisis" for Alberta, but brought nothing in the way of new help for the industry while greeted in Calgary by thousands of protesters on [Read entire story]

Sunwing plane in 2017 avoided ‘catastrophic’ disaster as jet took off too slowly

Britain's air safety regulator revealed details Wednesday of the flight of a Sunwing-owned jet last year that narrowly avoided disaster after the flight crew entered incorrect air temperature readings, which caused the [Read entire story]

Toronto police charge 6 students in St. Michael’s College School investigation

Toronto police have charged six students in connection with an alleged gang sexual assault at St. Michael's College School that was captured on camera and shared on social media. [Read entire story]

St. Michael’s launches independent review amid sexual assault investigations

The principal of a Toronto private boys' school at the centre of a police probe following allegations that students have been assaulted or sexually assaulted on camera said there is a problem at the school and it needs [Read entire story]

Trump says he wrote answers to Robert Mueller’s questions ‘very easily’

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday denied he was "agitated" about the special counsel investigation and said he has answered written questions from special counsel Robert Mueller but hasn't yet submitted them. [Read entire story]

Toronto private school at centre of sexual assault investigation alerts police to 3rd ‘incident’

Officials at a Toronto private boys' school announced Friday they've notified police about a third "incident" as the school continues to deal with a crisis sparked by allegations that students have been assaulted or [Read entire story]

B.C. couple who planned holiday to California spend vacation helping wildfire evacuees

A Penticton couple bound for a vacation in Paradise, Calif., decided to help wildfire victims instead. [Read entire story]

Seismic records show Newfoundland was literally shaking from wind and waves

The waves crashing into the rugged coastline of Newfoundland caused waves on a Natural Resource Canada's seismometer in St. John's. [Read entire story]

Your smartphone is burning a lot of carbon

In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at the carbon footprint of your smartphone use, a potential tipping point for sustainable investing and reader tips on greener living. [Read entire story]

Female pedestrian dead after collision in Scarborough

Toronto police say one person is dead after being struck by a vehicle in Scarborough Monday evening. [Read entire story]

Pot deliveries back on track after delays, OCS says

After a series of delays and customer complaints about not receiving their pot orders, the Ontario Cannabis Store announced Monday its online delivery service is back on track. [Read entire story]

Video captures refugee children enjoying snow for 1st time

A video that shows two refugee children from Eritrea enjoying snow for the first time in Canada is melting hearts on social media. [Read entire story]

The El Mocambo’s neon palm tree is back on Spadina Avenue

The glowing neon palm tree that once greeted the world's biggest rock acts during their stops in Toronto is back. A replica of the original was delivered to the venue on Monday, just days before it will be lit for the [Read entire story]

Rogue snow blowing inspired Kingston to create good neighbour guidelines

From messy leaves to smoky barbecues, there's a lot that can up the tension between neighbours. Meet a Kingston councillor hoping that a new set of guidelines will help everyone keep their cool. [Read entire story]

2 arrested for suspected impaired driving in separate crashes overnight

Toronto police say they have arrested two drivers suspected of impaired driving in two separate crashes in the city early Monday. [Read entire story]

Google, Alphabet and the fight over a controversial ‘smart city’ in Toronto

On CBC's new daily podcast Front Burner, technology reporter Matthew Braga explains Sidewalk Toronto's plan to create a futuristic neighbourhood in downtown Toronto and why critics are concerned about privacy, [Read entire story]

Pickering man recounts ‘near-death experience’ on Toronto-bound Fly Jamaica flight

A man that was on a Toronto-bound flight that crash landed Friday in Guyana says he is still feeling the effects of his “near-death experience.” [Read entire story]

Ontario’s beech trees are facing a slow demise. Here’s why

The province's beech trees are slowly being consumed by a disease that's been on a steady march through the province for decades, experts say. [Read entire story]