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US plan for coal power deregulation could cause more deaths

US plan for coal power deregulation could cause more deaths

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration on Tuesday moved to prop up the declining coal industry with an overhaul of Obama-era pollution rules, acknowledging that the increased emissions from aging coal-fired plants could kill hundreds more people annua
Rapper Post Malone's jet blows 2 tires but then lands safely

Rapper Post Malone's jet blows 2 tires but then lands safely

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MTV arrests steep decline in its video awards show

MTV arrests steep decline in its video awards show

NEW YORK — It may have been a lousy night for Madonna at the MTV Video Music Awards, but the event offered some glimmers of hope for the network. The Nielsen company estimated that 5.
Toronto market falls, reversing earlier energy gains stemming from Trump comments

Toronto market falls, reversing earlier energy gains stemming from Trump comments

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index lost some ground in Tuesday trading, reversing morning gains in the energy sector helped by comments from the U.S. President. President Donald Trump talked down the U.S.
Yellow Pages sells RedFlagDeals to VerticalScope for $12 million

Yellow Pages sells RedFlagDeals to VerticalScope for $12 million

MONTREAL — Yellow Pages Ltd. says that its wholly-owned subsidiary has reached a deal to sell its RedFlagDeals division to VerticalScope Inc. for $12 million.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16,296.97, down 34.06 points). Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Up 55 cents, or 7.23 per cent, to $8.16 on 48.84 million shares.
Ontario pot supply decision a big opportunity for smaller producers

Ontario pot supply decision a big opportunity for smaller producers

TORONTO — Ontario's cannabis supply agreements could be a boon for smaller producers who will have digital shelf space alongside the sector's dominant players, which have inked distribution agreements with other provinces but are making sure to earma
Quebec raises $215 million in first cap-and-trade auction since Ontario left

Quebec raises $215 million in first cap-and-trade auction since Ontario left

The Quebec government says it raised about $215 million in revenue for its Green Fund in the first cap-and-trade greenhouse gas emission credits auction since Ontario bowed out in the spring. Results from the Aug.
N.S. report calls for restrictions on clearcutting, 'ecological forestry'

N.S. report calls for restrictions on clearcutting, 'ecological forestry'

HALIFAX — A new report is calling for fundamental changes in how trees are harvested in Nova Scotia — including a reduction in clearcutting, a controversial practice that fells large stands of forest.
Tim Hortons franchisee settles suit over licence dispute, leaves company

Tim Hortons franchisee settles suit over licence dispute, leaves company

A Tim Horton's franchisee who had brought legal action against the chain's parent company has settled his suit and severed his ties to the company.
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