There were plenty of lines to stand in, bargains to be had and people to shove/wrestle/punch out at Black Friday events this year, although the Canadian experience was much more calm, when compared to the frenzies in the U.S.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the biggest online shopping days of the year, but they've also become big days for hackers. Follow these tips to stay safe when you head to the (virtual) mall this Cyber Monday:
One of Canada's largest tech retailers has incurred the wrath of Black Friday shoppers who say a website malfunction that spanned several hours prevented them from taking advantage of the annual markdowns.
The federal Liberals won't change a decision that effectively halts an expansion of the island airport in downtown Toronto, with the new transport minister calling it a "quality of life issue" for the city's residents.
The president of the Coal Association of Canada says Alberta's plan to phase out coal-fired power plants by 2030 will throw people out of work, hurt rural communities and undermine industries by boosting electricity costs.