Aurora Cannabis to supply medical pot to Mexico

Aurora Cannabis says it will supply medical cannabis to Mexico through a partnership with pharmaceutical manufacturer and distributor Farmacias Magistrales. [Read entire story]

Junior oil firms cut dividends, output despite crude oil price rebound

Prices for western Canadian oil continued to strengthen on Friday as markets adjusted to a plan by the Alberta government to eliminate a glut of oil that has plagued producers for months. [Read entire story]

Marlboro maker places $2.4B bet on Canadian marijuana company

One of the world's biggest tobacco companies is diving into the cannabis market by taking a 45 per cent stake in Cronos Group, the Canadian medical and recreational marijuana provider. [Read entire story]

Unemployment reaches 40-year low with 94,100 new jobs added in November

A blast of 94,100 new jobs last month has knocked the country's unemployment rate down to 5.6 per cent — its lowest level since Statistics Canada started measuring comparable data more than 40 years ago. [Read entire story]

Cannabis producer Aphria names special investigative committee amid new allegations by short seller

Marijuana producer Aphria Inc. says its board of directors has appointed a special committee of independent directors to review the company's acquisition of Latam Holdings Inc., which has been criticized by short [Read entire story]

Canada will feel oilpatch pain, but not as badly as 2015: Poloz

The negative impacts of low oil prices that have struck Western Canada will reverberate across the entire national economy, the head of the Bank of Canada said at a speech in Toronto Thursday. [Read entire story]

Canada punches ticket to 2019 FIBA World Cup with rout of Brazil

Canada's men's basketball team has clinched its first spot in the FIBA World Cup in almost a decade with a dominant 94-67 victory over Brazil on Monday night in FIBA World Cup qualifying. [Read entire story]

Pot-eating cop to spend 6 months under house arrest as part of conditional sentence

A Toronto police officer who ate a pot-laced chocolate bar he stole from an illegal dispensary during a raid has been handed a nine-month conditional sentence. [Read entire story]

Hydro One sends forestry techs to help in California wildfire recovery

Hydro One technicians will help with recovery efforts in California following a devastating wildfire that killed dozens of people and destroyed thousands of homes. [Read entire story]

Canada prepares for World Cup qualifying games with no NBA players

Former Miami Heat forward Joel Anthony and Carleton Ravens stars Phil and Thomas Scrubb headline Canada's men's basketball roster for two World Cup qualifying games next week. Canada takes a 7-1 record into next Friday's [Read entire story]

President of Aeroplan parent company leaves after less than 3 months

Aimia Inc. has announced the departure of its president, Nathaniel Felsher, less than three months after he took the job. Aimia is in transition mode, as it works to complete the sale of its flagship Aeroplan rewards [Read entire story]

Watchdog to probe how banks handle complaints

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada has got the green light to probe how banking customer complaints are handled internally and by external complaint bodies. [Read entire story]

Canadian banks hire ‘ethical hackers’ to improve and test cybersecurity

Canada's biggest banks are fortifying their defences by hiring their own ethical hackers to test their systems as the frequency and sophistication of cybercrime increases. [Read entire story]

Stampeders coach Dickenson apologizes for insult during game broadcast

In Sunday's CFL West final, television cameras caught an emotional Dickenson hollering at the officials about some calls, questioning why they were taking place in front of Winnipeg coach Mike O'Shea and then saying [Read entire story]

Canada defeats St. Kitts & Nevis in CONCACAF Nations League qualifier

Captain Atiba Hutchinson's goal late in the first half lifted Canada to a 1-0 victory over St. Kitts & Nevis on Sunday in CONCACAF Nations League qualifying play. [Read entire story]

Canada slides into 1st place at FIFA U17 women’s World Cup

Captain Jordyn Huitema scored in the 59th minute and Canada went on to a 2-0 win over South Korea on Saturday to remain undefeated at the under-17 women's World Cup. [Read entire story]

Stop sending mail and parcels, Canada Post asks foreign services

Canada Post has asked 190 international partners to halt mail and parcel shipments to Canada as it reels under a backlog resulting from a labour dispute. The Trudeau government gave one final push Friday to bring the [Read entire story]

Alberta energy firms split on call for government-imposed production cuts

The question of whether Alberta should force industry-wide production cuts to relieve an oversupply of oil and support prices has opened a rift between companies that are suffering from price discounts and those that [Read entire story]

Canada surges past Colombia to open U-17 World Cup

Captain Jordyn Huitema opened scoring in the 77th minute as Canada surged to a 3-0 win over Colombia on Wednesday to open up the women's under-17 World Cup. [Read entire story]

Sides ‘far apart’ in Canada Post talks despite mediation, postal union says

Union negotiators say there was little progress during the 2½ weeks that a special mediator was assigned to the Canada Post labour dispute. The lack of a breakthrough means rotating strikes will resume Tuesday. [Read entire story]

Ontario government says cannabis deliveries ‘back on track’ after backlog cleared

The Ontario government says the province's only outlet for legal recreational cannabis has eliminated its backlog on orders and is "back on track" when it comes to deliveries. [Read entire story]

SIU investigating man’s death in Grey Highlands

Ontario's police watchdog says it's investigating the death of a 52-year-old man in Grey Highlands, Ont. [Read entire story]

Rachel Homan caps undefeated run with Tour Challenge title

Ottawa's Rachel Homan capped her undefeated run at the Tour Challenge with a title win. Homan scored three points apiece in the second and fifth ends en route to an 8-4 victory over Tracy Fleury in the women's final on [Read entire story]

Brad Gushue remains perfect at Tour Challenge

Brad Gushue as the St. John's, N.L., remained perfect at the Tour Challenge with a 6-3 victory over Scotland's Ross Paterson on Friday night. [Read entire story]

Alleged white supremacist joins Bernier’s People’s Party

An alleged white supremacist who was kicked out of Alberta's United Conservative Party found a new political home in Maxime Bernier's fledgling People's Party of Canada — at least briefly. [Read entire story]

Judge calls Toronto cop who ate cannabis chocolate on duty a ‘complete idiot’

A Toronto police officer who ate a marijuana-laced chocolate bar seized in a pot-shop raid has pleaded guilty to attempting to obstruct justice. He has now resigned from the force. [Read entire story]

CRTC pitches internet code of conduct for telecom providers

Canada's telecommunications regulator is inviting public comments on the creation of an internet code of conduct for service providers to address increasing complaints about service. [Read entire story]

Rachel Homan, Brad Gushue qualify for Tour Challenge playoffs

Tracy Fleury of East St. Paul, Man., topped Krista McCarville of Thunder Bay, Ont., 5-3 on Thursday in ninth round-robin draw of the Tour Challenge. [Read entire story]

Defending champ Brad Gushue opens Tour Challenge with pair of wins

Defending champion Brad Gushue is off to a strong start at the Tour Challenge. Gushue downed Toronto's John Epping 10-8 in Wednesday's evening draw to move to 2-0 at the third stop on the Grand Slam of Curling circuit. [Read entire story]

Agent Scott Boras blames dip in attendance at Jays games on ‘Blue Flu’

Famed agent Scott Boras criticized the Toronto Blue Jays at the MLB general managers' meetings Wednesday, blaming the team's roster construction for its significant dip in attendance this season. [Read entire story]

Raptors’ Powell out indefinitely with partially dislocated shoulder

Toronto Raptors guard Norman Powell is out indefinitely with a shoulder injury, the team announced Wednesday. Powell suffered a partial dislocation of his left shoulder joint in the second quarter of Toronto's 124-111 [Read entire story]

Canada Soccer names Stuart Neely manager of coach education

The Canadian Soccer Association has named Stuart Neely its manager of coach education. Neely will be responsible for day-to-day operations of the coach education system in collaboration with the provincial and [Read entire story]

Senators players caught trash-talking team on video recording

Several Ottawa Senators players were caught on tape joking and trash-talking their team's defence in a video posted online, adding another scandal to an organization that's been riddled with them lately. [Read entire story]

Canadiens rally again to down Islanders in SO

Joel Armia scored in the fifth round of the shootout to lift the Montreal Canadiens over the New York Islanders 4-3 on Monday night. [Read entire story]