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Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16,494.23, up 10.02 points ). Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Down eight cents, or 3.64 per cent, to $2.12 on 9.5 million shares. Barrick Gold Corp.
Mnuchin: Negotiators agree on core elements of budget deal

Mnuchin: Negotiators agree on core elements of budget deal

WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday that negotiators have reached an agreement on the core elements of a deal to increase the government's borrowing cap and set a $1.
Hibernia suspends oil production after 12,000-litre spill off Newfoundland

Hibernia suspends oil production after 12,000-litre spill off Newfoundland

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Oil production is temporarily shut down on the Hibernia oil platform off Newfoundland's east coast after about 12,000 litres spilled out of a storage container into the ocean.
Anime studio hit by deadly fire is known for skill, fan base

Anime studio hit by deadly fire is known for skill, fan base

TOKYO — It may not be as famous as Japanese anime legend Studio Ghibli, but Kyoto Animation has many core fans and is known as a team of skilled animators that provides top-quality work for others and can produce its own hits, such as "Lucky Star," '
Ontario Real Estate Association calls on Ottawa for relaxed mortgage rules

Ontario Real Estate Association calls on Ottawa for relaxed mortgage rules

TORONTO — The Ontario Real Estate Association is calling for less stringent mortgage rules in a rebuttal aimed at the head of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Southwest cancellations will rise due to grounded Boeing jet

Southwest cancellations will rise due to grounded Boeing jet

DALLAS — Southwest Airlines is again pushing back the date it expects to be able to fly the grounded Boeing 737 Max jet, meaning more flight cancellations. Southwest said Thursday that it was taking the plane out of its schedule through Nov.
Montana, North Dakota push against Washington state rail law

Montana, North Dakota push against Washington state rail law

BILLINGS, Mont.
EU fines chipmaker Qualcomm for 'predatory pricing'

EU fines chipmaker Qualcomm for 'predatory pricing'

BRUSSELS — In yet another European Union move against a U.S. tech company, the bloc's antitrust chief on Thursday fined chipmaker Qualcomm $271 million, accusing it of "predatory pricing" to drive a competitor out of the market.
'Surprising and disappointing'; data gap on gender, minorities at top firms

'Surprising and disappointing'; data gap on gender, minorities at top firms

On Tricia Davis’s first day of work at a coal mine in B.C.’s Elk Valley, she says she spotted a heart and a penis scrawled on some dusty equipment. And on a bus ride home one day from the Teck Coal Ltd.
Summer travel deals require flexibility if you want to find a deal

Summer travel deals require flexibility if you want to find a deal

OTTAWA — As social media feeds fill up with pictures of friends and family on vacation and last-minute deals on flights become harder to score, the fear of missing out is real for procrastinators who have not yet booked their summer holiday.
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