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House committee tells Loblaw and Walmart to sign grocery code or risk legislation

House committee tells Loblaw and Walmart to sign grocery code or risk legislation

TORONTO — The House of Commons committee studying food prices is urging Loblaw and Walmart to sign on to the voluntary grocery code of conduct or risk having it legislated.
CN, CPKC file requests for conciliation amid ongoing negotiations with union

CN, CPKC file requests for conciliation amid ongoing negotiations with union

CN and Canadian Pacific Kansas City both say they have filed requests for conciliation in ongoing collective agreement negotiations with the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference.
Manitoba denies environmental licence to sand project over drinking water concerns

Manitoba denies environmental licence to sand project over drinking water concerns

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government has nixed a contentious sand-extraction project that had been proposed by Sio Silica east of Winnipeg, citing concerns about drinking water.
S&P/TSX composite makes small gain, U.S. stock markets move lower

S&P/TSX composite makes small gain, U.S. stock markets move lower

TORONTO — Strength in base metals and telecom helped Canada's main stock index post a small gain Friday, while U.S. markets moved lower.
Milk free of lactose, cholesterol approved in Canada

Milk free of lactose, cholesterol approved in Canada

Cultivated protein the same as in cow's milk
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 Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (21,255.61, up 32.92 points): Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB). Energy. Up 65 cents, or 1.42 per cent, to $46.46 on 12.5 million shares.
Air Canada taps the brakes on ramp-up, even as Canadians still want to fly

Air Canada taps the brakes on ramp-up, even as Canadians still want to fly

MONTREAL — Air Canada is proceeding more cautiously on growth plans this year, despite sturdy profits and strong bookings last quarter as its post-pandemic recovery continues.
Stock market today: Wall Street falls to a rare losing week, but not far off its record

Stock market today: Wall Street falls to a rare losing week, but not far off its record

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks slipped to send Wall Street to a rare losing week, just its second in the last 16. The S&P 500 fell 0.5% Friday after a report on inflation at the wholesale level came in hotter than expected.
TekSavvy 'running on hope' as it urges CRTC to allow wholesale fibre internet access

TekSavvy 'running on hope' as it urges CRTC to allow wholesale fibre internet access

Independent telecom TekSavvy says the federal regulator must urgently level the playing field when it comes to internet competition amid a shrinking market for small providers. The Chatham, Ont.
45 cents short, $96 in fees: Court approves TD insufficient funds fee settlement

45 cents short, $96 in fees: Court approves TD insufficient funds fee settlement

TORONTO — The high cost of not having enough money is being brought into focus by a class-action lawsuit at one of the country's largest banks.
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