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Bombardier selling Mexican wiring operation to French manufacturer Latecoere

Bombardier selling Mexican wiring operation to French manufacturer Latecoere

MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. has agreed to sell a Mexican operation that makes electrical wiring systems for its planes to Latecoere, a French company that supplies many of the world's major aircraft manufacturers.
US home prices gains accelerate in October for 2nd month

US home prices gains accelerate in October for 2nd month

WASHINGTON — U.S. home prices rose faster in October than the previous month as many would-be buyers competed for a limited supply of available properties. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city home price index rose 2.
European money spawns more misery for migrants in Libya

European money spawns more misery for migrants in Libya

TRIPOLI, Libya — When the European Union started funneling millions of euros into Libya to slow the tide of migrants crossing the Mediterranean, the money came with EU promises to improve detention centres notorious for abuse and fight human traffick
Canadian group to repatriate Canadarm company in $1-billion deal with Maxar

Canadian group to repatriate Canadarm company in $1-billion deal with Maxar

TORONTO — The company that built the robotic Canadarm for the U.S. Space Shuttle and International Space Station programs is returning to Canadian ownership in a $1-billion deal announced Monday.
Canadian, U.S. markets close lower while Canadian dollar advances

Canadian, U.S. markets close lower while Canadian dollar advances

TORONTO — Year-end market positioning pushed Canada's main stock index lower on a low-volume day at the Toronto Stock Exchange on Monday.
Employment Insurance premiums to fall in 2020 for workers and employers

Employment Insurance premiums to fall in 2020 for workers and employers

GATINEAU, Que. — Canadian workers and employers will enjoy a slight decrease in employment insurance premiums in the new year, resulting in about $1.1 billion in total reductions in 2020. Starting on Jan.

Gateway Casinos to get new CEO, move to NYSE as part of initial public offering

VANCOUVER — Gateway Casinos and Entertainment Ltd. is expected to name a new chief executive following a proposed deal that will create a publicly traded company valued at nearly $1.5 billion.
Debt leads Canadians' financial worries as 2020 dawns, says CIBC poll

Debt leads Canadians' financial worries as 2020 dawns, says CIBC poll

TORONTO — A year-end CIBC poll finds debt is weighing heavily on the minds of Canadians, with nearly four in five respondents rating it more important to address than building their savings.
New Brunswick premier hopeful for development of small nuclear reactors

New Brunswick premier hopeful for development of small nuclear reactors

FREDERICTON — The premier of New Brunswick says the development of small nuclear reactors may be the answer to the economic and clean-energy needs of the province.
Pending homes sales rebound in November

Pending homes sales rebound in November

WASHINGTON — Americans signed more contracts to purchase homes in November, a rebound from the previous month, indicating that the housing market is still strong.
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