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Here's a list July inflation rates for Canadian provinces

OTTAWA — Canada's national annual inflation rate was 3.7 per cent in July, Statistics Canada says. Here's what happened in the provinces (previous month in brackets): — Newfoundland and Labrador: 4.4 per cent (3.5) — Prince Edward Island: 6.

Atco says CFO Dennis DeChamplain died unexpectedly of coronary failure

CALGARY — Atco Ltd. says Dennis DeChamplain, chief financial officer of both Atco and Canadian Utilities Ltd., died unexpectedly from coronary failure on Monday.
Fueled by winds, largest wildfire moves near California city

Fueled by winds, largest wildfire moves near California city

GRIZZLY FLATS, Calif.
Study: Pandemic speeded trends away from live TV viewing

Study: Pandemic speeded trends away from live TV viewing

NEW YORK (AP) — The pandemic accelerated changes in how people use their televisions, further reducing the dominance in traditional live viewing of what networks are showing, a new study has found.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (20,363.59, down 119.83 points.) Etrion Corp. (TSX:ETX). Utilities. Down 11.5 cents, or 52.3 per cent, to 10.5 cents on 13.
North American stock markets fall; U.S. retail sales slump a concern

North American stock markets fall; U.S. retail sales slump a concern

TORONTO — North American stock markets fell Tuesday, as weaker-than-expected retail sales in the U.S. raised concerns among investors there as well as in Canada. The S&P/TSX composite index was down 119.83 points at 20,363.59.
AP source: NHL teams OK'd to add sponsor patches on jerseys

AP source: NHL teams OK'd to add sponsor patches on jerseys

Jersey advertisements are coming to the NHL.
BHP Group gives long-awaited go ahead for Jansen potash mine in Saskatchewan

BHP Group gives long-awaited go ahead for Jansen potash mine in Saskatchewan

SASKATOON — BHP Group has given the go-ahead to spend $7.5 billion on its Jansen potash mine in what Saskatchewan says is the largest investment in the province's history.
Airbnb rolls out restrictions on some one-night stays to curb Halloween partying

Airbnb rolls out restrictions on some one-night stays to curb Halloween partying

TORONTO — Airbnb says it will ban people without a history of good reviews from renting entire homes in Canada for just one night this Halloween weekend.
US factory production rebounds at fastest pace in 4 months

US factory production rebounds at fastest pace in 4 months

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. factory production in July posted the strongest gain in 4 months, reflecting a surge in production at auto plants that are still wrestling with major supply chain problems. Manufacturing output increased 1.