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Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

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 (21,740.20, down 159.79 points): TC Energy Corp. (TSX:TRP). Energy. Down 13 cents, or 0.26 per cent, to $49.60 on 10.4 million shares.
Pro-Palestinian protest ends at Metro Vancouver container port

Pro-Palestinian protest ends at Metro Vancouver container port

DELTA, B.C. — A blockade by pro-Palestinian protesters at a major port terminal in Metro Vancouver has broken up after hours of disruption.
TSX down 160 points as energy stocks move lower, U.S. markets continue to fall

TSX down 160 points as energy stocks move lower, U.S. markets continue to fall

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index lost almost 160 points on Monday, weighed down by weakness in energy stocks, while U.S. markets also fell, led by a 1.8 per cent drop on the Nasdaq.
Defunct Lynx Air blames contractor for delayed passenger refunds

Defunct Lynx Air blames contractor for delayed passenger refunds

A contractor bears the blame for delayed refunds to Lynx Air customers, the insolvent airline says, adding that the hold-up will also hurt company stakeholders.
Walmart launches pilot program for customers to recycle reusable shopping bags

Walmart launches pilot program for customers to recycle reusable shopping bags

Walmart Canada is launching a national pilot program for customers to recycle their reusable shopping bags.
B.C. home sales slide almost 10 per cent in March despite mortgage rate drop

B.C. home sales slide almost 10 per cent in March despite mortgage rate drop

VANCOUVER — Home sales in British Columbia fell by almost 10 per cent in March compared with the same period last year, in a slowdown an analyst says could be buyers waiting for lower interest rates. The B.C.
Protest averted as Newfoundland and Labrador premier helps reach pricing deal on crab

Protest averted as Newfoundland and Labrador premier helps reach pricing deal on crab

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A potentially volatile dispute over Newfoundland and Labrador's crab fishery has been averted with the help of Premier Andrew Furey.
Conflict heating up between Parkland Crop. and top shareholder Simpson Oil

Conflict heating up between Parkland Crop. and top shareholder Simpson Oil

CALGARY — The internal strife at fuel retailer Parkland Corp.continues as the Calgary-based company rejected a call by its largest shareholder to consider a potential sale of the business.
Tesla plans to lay off 10% of workforce after dismal quarterly sales, multiple news outlets report

Tesla plans to lay off 10% of workforce after dismal quarterly sales, multiple news outlets report

DETROIT (AP) — After reporting dismal first-quarter sales, Tesla is planning to lay off about a tenth of its workforce as it tries to cut costs , multiple media outlets reported Monday. CEO Elon Musk detailed the plans in a memo sent to employees.
Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales up 0.7% in February at $71.6B

Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales up 0.7% in February at $71.6B

OTTAWA — Manufacturing sales rose 0.7 per cent to $71.6 billion in February, helped by higher sales of petroleum and coal, Statistics Canada said Monday.