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Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says

Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says

RICHMOND, B.C. — Retailer London Drugs says cybercriminals who stole files from its corporate head office last month have released some of the data after it refused to pay a ransom. The Richmond, B.C.
B.C. rental housing plan includes 670 below-market rental units in Metro Vancouver

B.C. rental housing plan includes 670 below-market rental units in Metro Vancouver

VANCOUVER — The second phase of a homebuilding partnership between the province and Metro Vancouver will deliver up to 670 below-market rental units in four separate urban areas, Premier David Eby said Thursday.
Manitoba government plans new rules for rent increases and incentives for new housing

Manitoba government plans new rules for rent increases and incentives for new housing

WINNIPEG — Some Manitoba landlords may have a harder time raising rents above inflation and could be ordered to phase-in increases over years if a bill introduced Thursday by the Manitoba government becomes law.
Dave Chappelle says there's a 'genocide' in the Gaza Strip as Israel-Hamas war rages on there

Dave Chappelle says there's a 'genocide' in the Gaza Strip as Israel-Hamas war rages on there

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — American comedian Dave Chappelle said Thursday a “genocide” is striking the Gaza Strip amid the Israel-Hamas war to cheers during his performance in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, while urging American
Government sues Ticketmaster owner and asks court to break up company's monopoly on live events

Government sues Ticketmaster owner and asks court to break up company's monopoly on live events

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department sued Ticketmaster and its parent company Thursday, accusing them of running an illegal monopoly over live events in America and asking a court to break up the system that squelches competition and drives up pr
S&P/TSX composite down almost 150 points, U.S. stock markets fall

S&P/TSX composite down almost 150 points, U.S. stock markets fall

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index lost almost 150 points Thursday, led by weakness in utilities and base metals, while U.S. stock markets also fell. The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 145.97 points at 22,200.79.
High-frequency trains bring big promises to riders but big risks for Via Rail

High-frequency trains bring big promises to riders but big risks for Via Rail

MONTREAL — The high-frequency-rail project between Toronto and Quebec City begs big questions about the future of Via Rail.

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 (22,200.79, down 145.97 points): Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB). Energy. Down 67 cents, or 1.34 per cent, to $49.45 on 13.8 million shares.
Stock market today: Dow slides 600 points as worries about rates overshadow Nvidia's blowout profit

Stock market today: Dow slides 600 points as worries about rates overshadow Nvidia's blowout profit

NEW YORK (AP) — Most U.S. stocks slumped after strong economic reports raised the possibility of interest rates staying painfully high.
N.S. reaches deal with owner of Northern Pulp; firm pursues new mill in Queens County

N.S. reaches deal with owner of Northern Pulp; firm pursues new mill in Queens County

HALIFAX — A new agreement between Nova Scotia and the owner of Northern Pulp will see the company abandon plans to reopen its idled Pictou County mill and instead focus on building a new plant in southwestern Nova Scotia.