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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 (21,698.11, down 263.44 points): Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (TSX:CNQ). Energy. Down $1.67, or 3.44 per cent, to $46.87 on 44.
Jittery markets rally after Argentina's Milei gets his first legislative 'triumph' on broad reforms

Jittery markets rally after Argentina's Milei gets his first legislative 'triumph' on broad reforms

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Wall Street rallied Thursday as Argentina's President Javier Milei traveled to Italy for the Group of Seven summit , buoyed by his first legislative victory after the Senate passed sweeping proposals to slash state spen
Nova Scotia, Newfoundland push for quick passage of federal offshore accord changes

Nova Scotia, Newfoundland push for quick passage of federal offshore accord changes

OTTAWA — The governments of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador urged a Senate committee Thursday to quickly pass legislation that would help establish a wind industry off Canada’s East Coast.
Stock market today: Most of Wall Street slips, but hopes for AI and rates send indexes to records

Stock market today: Most of Wall Street slips, but hopes for AI and rates send indexes to records

NEW YORK (AP) — Most U.S. stocks fell, but hopes for coming cuts to interest rates and Wall Street’s continued frenzy around artificial-intelligence technology sent indexes to more record highs. The S&P 500 rose 0.
Natural gas opposition 'ideological,' new Ontario energy minister says

Natural gas opposition 'ideological,' new Ontario energy minister says

CLARINGTON, Ont. — Ontario's new energy minister is unapologetic about the province's use of natural gas to partly fuel growing energy needs, calling opposition to it "ideological.
Unifor says 35 Global News jobs cut across the country

Unifor says 35 Global News jobs cut across the country

TORONTO — Unifor says 35 of its members at Global News have been laid off as part of changes announced Wednesday by Corus Entertainment Inc. Randy Kitt, Unifor's media director, says there were 13 layoffs in Calgary, one in B.C.
Feds release carbon pricing impact data as cost debate rages

Feds release carbon pricing impact data as cost debate rages

The government has been reluctant to share the data because the numbers don't compare the cost of carbon pricing with the cost of climate change itself. They also don't factor in the potential for economic growth from climate investments.
Canada to contribute $5B to Ukraine loan as G7 leaders reach accord on Russian assets

Canada to contribute $5B to Ukraine loan as G7 leaders reach accord on Russian assets

SAVELLETRI DI FASANO — Canada will contribute $5 billion toward a loan to Ukraine that will be based on future revenue from frozen Russian assets, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Thursday in Italy.
Shipping industry looks for consensus on sustainable fuels ahead of net-zero goals

Shipping industry looks for consensus on sustainable fuels ahead of net-zero goals

MONTREAL — Global shippers convened in Montreal on Thursday to sort out which sustainable fuels their vessels should use — a key question given that boats built today will still be running in 2050.
Military growing more reliant on contractors — a boon for CAE, chief executive says

Military growing more reliant on contractors — a boon for CAE, chief executive says

MONTREAL — CAE Inc. chief executive Marc Parent says a growing reliance on private contractors by Western armed forces — including Canada’s — bodes well for his company and global security, even as questions linger around spending and accountability.
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