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TSX falls on drop in crude oil prices as fears of COVID-19 variant mount

TSX falls on drop in crude oil prices as fears of COVID-19 variant mount

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index lost ground to start a holiday-shortened week as fears about the Delta COVID-19 variant contributed to lowering crude oil prices.
Montreal Canadiens' NHL playoffs run provides boost for Rogers Sports & Media

Montreal Canadiens' NHL playoffs run provides boost for Rogers Sports & Media

TORONTO — While Montreal Canadiens fans are stoked to see their team's first Stanley Cup final series since 1993, it could be just as exciting for Rogers Sports and Media. Rogers paid about $5.
Passenger traffic taking off at Atlantic Canada's airports after COVID-19 slump

Passenger traffic taking off at Atlantic Canada's airports after COVID-19 slump

FREDERICTON — Airlines are resuming flights across Atlantic Canada to meet pent-up demand as COVID-19 infections drop and travel restrictions ease.
Judge dismisses FTC antitrust lawsuits against Facebook

Judge dismisses FTC antitrust lawsuits against Facebook

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge on Monday dismissed antitrust lawsuits brought against Facebook by the Federal Trade Commission and a coalition of state attorneys general, dealing a significant blow to attempts by regulators to rein in tech giants.
STB receives hundreds of comments about CN voting trust for U.S. railway by deadline

STB receives hundreds of comments about CN voting trust for U.S. railway by deadline

Canada's two largest railways remain at loggerheads about the first major U.S. railway acquisition in more than 20 years as the deadline for public comments about CN's voting trust for Kansas City Southern comes to a close. The U.S.
Amazon to open new warehouse that will use robotics in Alberta next year

Amazon to open new warehouse that will use robotics in Alberta next year

EDMONTON — Amazon.com Inc. will turn to robots to help pick, pack and ship parcels at a new Canadian facility.
Canadian commercial real estate pointing to post-pandemic economic upswing: CBRE

Canadian commercial real estate pointing to post-pandemic economic upswing: CBRE

TORONTO — CBRE says Canadian commercial real estate is pointing to a post-pandemic economic upswing.
CPP Investments and AIMCo invest additional $2.4 billion in BAI Communications

CPP Investments and AIMCo invest additional $2.4 billion in BAI Communications

TORONTO — Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Alberta Investment Management Corp. are investing an additional $2.4 billion in BAI Communications to help the wireless infrastructure company grow.
Hong Kong to ban passenger flights from UK to curb virus

Hong Kong to ban passenger flights from UK to curb virus

HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong says it will ban all passenger flights from the U.K. starting Thursday as it seeks to curb the spread of new variants of the coronavirus. It said in a statement Monday that the U.K.
Hydro One reaches contract agreement with union representing 1,800 employees

Hydro One reaches contract agreement with union representing 1,800 employees

TORONTO — Hydro One Inc. has reached a tentative contract agreement with the union that represents about 1,800 employees in critical engineering, supervisory and administrative jobs.
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