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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 Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (19,435.98, down 120.17): Canadian Natural Resources Limited. (TSX:CNQ). Energy. Up $1.99, or 2.28 per cent, to $89.10 on 18.
Lululemon strikes five-year partnership with Peloton for content, apparel

Lululemon strikes five-year partnership with Peloton for content, apparel

VANCOUVER — Lululemon Athletica Inc. says it has struck a five-year partnership with Peloton Interactive Inc.
S&P/TSX composite down even as energy stocks climb with price of oil

S&P/TSX composite down even as energy stocks climb with price of oil

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index declined by more than 100 points on Wednesday despite strength in energy stocks as the price of oil climbed higher, which wasn't enough to offset broad-based losses. The S&P/TSX composite index was down 120.
Auto workers union to announce plans on Friday to expand strike in contract dispute with companies

Auto workers union to announce plans on Friday to expand strike in contract dispute with companies

DETROIT (AP) — The United Auto Workers union says it will announce on Friday how it plans to expand its strike against Detroit's three automakers. The union says President Shawn Fain will make the announcement at 10 a.m.
Tech community weighing how to balance AI's risks and rewards at Elevate conference

Tech community weighing how to balance AI's risks and rewards at Elevate conference

TORONTO — Members of Canada’s tech community are concerned about how the country will rein in the risks of artificial intelligence without stifling innovation.
Interac expanding e-transfer service, Wealthsimple to join

Interac expanding e-transfer service, Wealthsimple to join

TORONTO — Interac Corp. is broadening the range of financial institutions that can participate in its e-transfer service, with financial services firm Wealthsimple as the first to become a new participant under the expansion.
Pipestone shareholders approve merger with Strathcona Resources

Pipestone shareholders approve merger with Strathcona Resources

CALGARY — Shareholders of Pipestone Energy Corp. have voted to approve a merger with Strathcona Resources Ltd., a deal the companies say will create what will be the fifth largest oil producer in Canada.
Britain approves new North Sea oil drilling in welcome news for the industry but not activists

Britain approves new North Sea oil drilling in welcome news for the industry but not activists

LONDON (AP) — Britain on Wednesday gave the go-ahead for a major oil and gas project in the North Sea, ignoring warnings from scientists and the United Nations that countries must stop developing new fossil fuel resources if the world is to avoid cat
Ontario records $5.9B deficit for the last fiscal year

Ontario records $5.9B deficit for the last fiscal year

TORONTO — Ontario ended the last fiscal year with a smaller deficit than projected in the 2022 budget, but it was several billion dollars higher than in a fiscal update from the province six weeks ago.
Dufresne Group to pay $3.25 million penalty in settlement with Competition Bureau

Dufresne Group to pay $3.25 million penalty in settlement with Competition Bureau

OTTAWA — The Competition Bureau says the Dufresne Group Inc. has agreed to pay a $3.25-million penalty after an investigation into marketing claims at the furniture and appliance retailer.