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]

Oil prices spike after OPEC countries decide on production cut

Oil prices spiked sharply higher Friday after OPEC countries agreed to a proposal that would see global oil production reduced by 1.2 million barrels a day. [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]

CN bidding for Halifax container terminal

If successful, Canadian National Railway says it will spend money to upgrade the Halterm container terminal in Halifax's south end. [Read entire story]

Huawei is ‘growing astronomically’ despite allegations it spies for China

The arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer is just the latest controversy to befall the tech giant which has been accused of having ties to the Chinese government and used for espionage activities. [Read entire story]

Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou to spend weekend in jail after bail hearing adjourns

Meng Wanzhou, the arrested chief financial officer for tech giant Huawei, has the means and motive to flee Canada, the United States argues, and she should remain in custody until extradition proceedings begin. [Read entire story]

Government staffer named in Mark Norman document leak case suspended from job

A procurement official named in the criminal case against the military’s former second-in-command has been suspended from his position, a House of Commons committee has been told. [Read entire story]

Fiat Chrysler to put assembly plant in Detroit area

A source familiar with the automaker's plan says an assembly plant will be put in the Detroit area. [Read entire story]

The NHL is making so much money

The Buzzer is CBC Sports' daily newsletter. Get up to speed in a hurry on the interesting stuff happening in sports, including why the hockey business is very, very good right now. [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]

U.S. stocks claw back from an early plunge with boost from report of slower rate hikes

U.S. stocks clawed most of their way back from a deep slide Thursday that at one point had wiped out the market's gains for the year. An early plunge briefly knocked more than 700 points off the Dow Jones Industrial [Read entire story]

No OPEC agreement yet on oil production cuts to bolster falling price

OPEC countries hoping to stop the fall in oil prices put off their decision Thursday on how much to reduce oil production until they negotiate with ally Russia on Friday on how much it will contribute to the cut. [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]

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]

Cyber crooks increasingly targeting home devices: report

Cyber criminals are shifting their attention from traditional computers to internet-connected devices in Canadian homes, says the government's cyber security agency. [Read entire story]

Amid oil price crisis, major energy producer says Canada’s largest pipeline system is ‘dysfunctional’

Canadian Natural Resources is doubling down on its concerns about wasted space on Canada’s biggest oil pipeline, blaming a “dysfunctional” process as a reason for slashing its spending plans next year. [Read entire story]

New Tim Hortons coffee lids leak too much, some customers say

New and supposedly improved Tim Hortons coffee lids are proving to be a bust with some customers who claim they're still causing leaks while the company says nine out of 10 patrons preferred the new version during [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]

How did Black Friday eclipse Boxing Day in Canada?

Black Friday is now bigger than Boxing Day, according to Retail Council of Canada. How did we get here? [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]

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]

Samsung apologizes for illnesses at chip, liquid display factories

Samsung Electronics apologized Friday for illnesses and deaths of some of its workers, saying it failed to create a safe working environment at its computer chip and display factories. [Read entire story]

Dolce&Gabbana founders apologize to China after ad, Instagram fiasco

The co-founders of Dolce&Gabbana apologized Friday in a video on Chinese social media after promotional videos seen as racist and subsequent Instagram messages stoked a furor in one of the world's largest markets for [Read entire story]

Inflation rate inches up to 2.4% in October

Canada's annual inflation rate remained above the central bank's target for the ninth straight month in October, data showed on Friday, but markets saw few signs the Bank of Canada would hike interest rates next month. [Read entire story]

Notley’s frustration over pipeline inertia leads to idea to purchase hundreds of rail cars

Premier Rachel Notley’s frustration with the federal government has grown to such a level that she is seriously thinking about buying hundreds of rail cars to ship Alberta’s landlocked bitumen to tidewater. [Read entire story]

‘They should know better': Funeral home chain skirting new rule with misleading sales tactics

Nearly two years after Marketplace exposed the common practice of aggressive sales tactics at the largest Canadian-owned funeral home chain, another hidden camera investigation has revealed new examples of upselling and [Read entire story]

72-year-old woman forced off Air Transat flight after requesting a barf bag before takeoff

Toronto's Anna Stratakos, 72, claims she was unfairly removed from an Air Transat flight for health reasons. Similar cases shared with CBC News recently raise questions about how airlines decide who is fit to fly. [Read entire story]

Drilling underway at $50M geothermal power plant near Estevan, Sask.

Deep Earth Energy Production Corp. announced drilling has started for a geothermal power plant near Estevan. [Read entire story]

Canadian currency evolves while the U.S. is stuck in the 1700s

Canada's new $10 bill went into circulation this week, featuring civil rights activist Viola Desmond and a new vertical configuration. But, unlike the U.S., Canadians are used to changes when it comes to currency. [Read entire story]

Failed bidder files trade challenge against Ottawa’s frigate design pick

The federal government’s decision to select a group of companies led by Lockheed Martin Canada to design and support the construction of the navy’s new frigates is now facing a trade challenge, on top of a Federal Court [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]

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]