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Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (19,976.01, up 245.02 points.) Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE). Energy. Up 63 cents, or 6.24 per cent, to $10.72 on 16.6 million shares.

TSX expected to move higher despite hitting 20,000, but risks of correction remain

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index still has room to move higher this year even after hitting 20,000 points for the first time Tuesday, although the winding down of stimulus measures could put a damper on that growth, experts say.
Seller's market persists amid strong demand for homes: Calgary Real Estate Board

Seller's market persists amid strong demand for homes: Calgary Real Estate Board

The Calgary Real Estate Board says sellers are looking to cash in on an active housing market, as prices continue to close in on their previous peak in 2014.
S&P/TSX composite briefly cracks 20,000-point mark for first time on energy gains

S&P/TSX composite briefly cracks 20,000-point mark for first time on energy gains

TORONTO — The S&P/TSX composite index briefly cracked the 20,000-point level for the first time on a surge in the key energy sector after OPEC gave an optimistic outlook for global demand.
Sudbury miners go on strike after rejecting deal from Vale Canada

Sudbury miners go on strike after rejecting deal from Vale Canada

SUDBURY, Ont. — More than 10 years after a steelworkers group in northern Ontario went on a year-long strike, the union representing employees at a mine in Sudbury are once again walking off the job.
Businesses at high risk in pandemic's final days as subsidies fade, reopening delayed

Businesses at high risk in pandemic's final days as subsidies fade, reopening delayed

HALIFAX — Lisa Drader-Murphy opened her first store in 1997 with $250 in the bank. Over more than two decades, the Canadian fashion designer built her luxury clothing brand debt-free by reinvesting her earnings back into the business.
Pembina Pipeline signs friendly deal to buy Inter Pipeline for $8.3 billion in stock

Pembina Pipeline signs friendly deal to buy Inter Pipeline for $8.3 billion in stock

CALGARY — Pembina Pipeline Corp. has signed a friendly deal to buy Inter Pipeline Ltd. for $8.3 billion in stock, surpassing a hostile bid by Brookfield Infrastructure Partners.
Nova Scotia gas prices to rise due to COVID-19 markup, energy regulatory says

Nova Scotia gas prices to rise due to COVID-19 markup, energy regulatory says

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia drivers will face higher prices at the pump on Friday after the province's energy regulator approves a price increase to make up for a drop in sales during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NDP joins calls for Liberals to overturn CRTC internet price decision

NDP joins calls for Liberals to overturn CRTC internet price decision

TORONTO — The federal New Democratic Party is backing calls from independent telecom companies for the government to overrule a recent decision on wholesale internet rates by Canada's telecommunications regulator.
N.S. hotels fear tourists will travel elsewhere without clear COVID-19 reopening plan

N.S. hotels fear tourists will travel elsewhere without clear COVID-19 reopening plan

HALIFAX — As Nova Scotia begins emerging from its COVID-19 lockdown, a group of hotels in the Halifax area is appealing to the government for more clarity about when they can expect guests to return.