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Wall Street closes higher but still ends week in the red

Wall Street closes higher but still ends week in the red

NEW YORK — Stocks on Wall Street shook off a downbeat start and ended broadly higher Friday, though the rebound was not enough to erase their losses for the week. The S&P 500 rose 1.1% after having been down 0.9% in the early going.
Affordable worker housing is latest tourist town business hurdle

Affordable worker housing is latest tourist town business hurdle

When he opened Fish & Sips with his wife in 2015, Paul Feather found hiring to be one among many challenges of running a restaurant with long hours on the main drag of Collingwood, Ont.
Inflation hits record 8.6% for 19 countries using the euro

Inflation hits record 8.6% for 19 countries using the euro

LONDON (AP) — Inflation in countries using the euro set another eye-watering record, pushed higher by a huge increase in energy costs fueled partly by Russia’s war in Ukraine . Annual inflation in the eurozone's 19 countries hit 8.

CFIA says RemarkaBall brand Crunchy Energy Balls may contain undeclared milk

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall for two flavours of RemarkaBall brand Crunchy Energy Balls because they may contain milk which is not declared on the label.
4 Atlantic City casinos reach deal with union, avert strike

4 Atlantic City casinos reach deal with union, avert strike

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
Agency clears way for Oakland Athletics $12B ballpark plan

Agency clears way for Oakland Athletics $12B ballpark plan

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A California agency on Thursday cleared the way for the Oakland Athletics to continue planning a $12 billion waterfront ballpark project.
Canopy Growth to exchange C$262.7M in notes for shares and a bit of cash

Canopy Growth to exchange C$262.7M in notes for shares and a bit of cash

Canopy Growth Corp. has signed two deals to exchange C$262.7 million of its debt for shares and a little bit of cash
WestJet 'proactively' removed flights from Pearson, anticipating summer travel snarls

WestJet 'proactively' removed flights from Pearson, anticipating summer travel snarls

CALGARY — As the Canadian travel industry continues to struggle with an unprecedented rebound in demand, WestJet Airlines Ltd. is flying 32 per cent fewer flights in and out of Toronto Pearson International Airport in July than it did pre-pandemic.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (18,861.36, down 217.28 points.) Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS). Financials. Down 80 cents, or one per cent, to $76.18 on 9.
North American stock markets wrap up brutal quarter and first half of 2022

North American stock markets wrap up brutal quarter and first half of 2022

TORONTO — Allan Small said the first half of 2022 has proven to be the worst run of his 25-year investment career. Canada's main stock index concluded its weakest quarter since before the pandemic while U.S.