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Apple lays off more than 600 workers in California in its first major round of post-pandemic cuts

Apple lays off more than 600 workers in California in its first major round of post-pandemic cuts

Apple is laying off more than 600 workers in California, marking the company's first big wave of post-pandemic job cuts amid a broader wave of tech industry consolidation.
PVR Pullback: Bell to delete viewer's saved TV shows and movies after 60 days

PVR Pullback: Bell to delete viewer's saved TV shows and movies after 60 days

TORONTO — Bell Fibe subscribers are being warned that TV shows and movies saved on their PVRs will vanish much faster starting next month.
Spring storm knocks out power to tens of thousands across Quebec, Ontario

Spring storm knocks out power to tens of thousands across Quebec, Ontario

MONTREAL — A spring storm that hit Quebec and Ontario Thursday knocked out power to tens of thousands of customers, closed schools and blanketed Montreal with heavy, wet snow. As of 11 p.m.
Supreme Court won't hear Ticketmaster, Live Nation 'ticket bot' appeal

Supreme Court won't hear Ticketmaster, Live Nation 'ticket bot' appeal

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has declined to hear an appeal by Ticketmaster and Live Nation, which face class-action lawsuits in multiple provinces for allegedly profiting from third-party ticket reselling.
Laurentian selling assets in retail investment broker division to iA Private Wealth

Laurentian selling assets in retail investment broker division to iA Private Wealth

MONTREAL — Laurentian Bank has reached a deal to sell the assets of its retail full-service investment broker division to iA Private Wealth Inc.
Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (22,051.79, down 60.67 points): Toronto-Dominion Bank. (TSX:TD). Finance. Up 38 cents, or 0.47 per cent, to $81.05 on 18.
Five things to know about Canada's lucrative baby eel fishery

Five things to know about Canada's lucrative baby eel fishery

HALIFAX — Tiny, translucent baby eels, called elvers, are back in the news after two Mi’kmaq men from Nova Scotia reported being detained by federal fisheries officers and then left far from home at 1 a.m.
Markets turn red after Fed official questions need to cut interest rates this year

Markets turn red after Fed official questions need to cut interest rates this year

TORONTO — Canada and U.S. markets ended the trading day in the red, reversing course mid-afternoon after spending the majority of the day higher. While Canada's main stock index finished the day just mildly lower on Thursday, U.S.
Provincial subsidy for Cape Breton railway line not being renewed: minister

Provincial subsidy for Cape Breton railway line not being renewed: minister

HALIFAX — A $30,000 monthly subsidy intended to preserve a disused Cape Breton rail line will not be renewed, Nova Scotia’s economic development minister said Thursday.
Montreal airport CEO unveils $4-billion plan to boost capacity, reduce congestion

Montreal airport CEO unveils $4-billion plan to boost capacity, reduce congestion

MONTREAL — The authority overseeing the Montreal airport plans to spend nearly $4 billion in a bid to reduce congestion and ramp up capacity at the country's second-biggest flight hub.
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