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Most actively traded companies on the TSX

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (11,228.49, down 632.32 points.) Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Down five cents, or 4.
TSX starts the week by sinking despite higher crude oil and gold prices

TSX starts the week by sinking despite higher crude oil and gold prices

TORONTO — Higher crude and gold prices couldn't help Canada's main stock index from sinking to start the trading week as heightened COVID-19 fears continued to grip investors.
Endeavour stock slides, Semafo soars, after $1-billion buyout announced

Endeavour stock slides, Semafo soars, after $1-billion buyout announced

MONTREAL — A $1-billion deal to combine two Montreal companies with West African gold mining operations was met with sharply divergent reactions from their shareholders on Monday. Stock in Endeavour Mining Corp. closed at $20.05, down $1.60 or 7.
Cannabis industry braces for COVID-19 troubles, debates calls for government aid

Cannabis industry braces for COVID-19 troubles, debates calls for government aid

TORONTO — Cole Miller has spent most of his days since 2017 excited about the launch of the Basecamp cannabidiol iced tea he was crafting, but as he visited Ontario cannabis retailers to encourage them to up the number of cases they would stock for i
TSX and TSXV move to help listed companies, allow more time to hold AGMs

TSX and TSXV move to help listed companies, allow more time to hold AGMs

TORONTO — The company that runs the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange is moving to loosen some rules to help listed companies as they deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. TMX Group Ltd.
Airports forecast $2-billion loss by June as travel halts amid COVID-19

Airports forecast $2-billion loss by June as travel halts amid COVID-19

Canadian airports are confronting the prospect of $2 billion in losses over the next few months as borders shut and planes stay parked due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
PG&E to plead guilty to lethal crimes in 2018 wildfires

PG&E to plead guilty to lethal crimes in 2018 wildfires

SAN FRANCISCO — Pacific Gas & Electric will plead guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter for a swath of death and destruction left behind after its fraying electrical grid ignited a 2018 wildfire that decimated three Northern California
Kirkland Lake reduces output at Detour Lake Mine to guard against COVID-19

Kirkland Lake reduces output at Detour Lake Mine to guard against COVID-19

TORONTO — Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd. is cutting back operations at its recently purchased Detour Lake Mine in northern Ontario to protect employees and their communities from the COVID-19 virus.
Cineplex Inc., MEC enact mass layoffs amid COVID-19 store, theatre closures

Cineplex Inc., MEC enact mass layoffs amid COVID-19 store, theatre closures

Mountain Equipment Co-Op and Cineplex Inc. have laid off thousands of employees as the companies closed stores and theatres as instructed by various governments in an effort to stem the transmission of COVID-19.
Fed makes strongest bid yet to protect firms and governments

Fed makes strongest bid yet to protect firms and governments

WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve is unleashing its boldest effort yet to protect the U.S. economy from the coronavirus by helping companies and governments pay their bills and survive a devastating crisis.
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