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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 (20,144.04, down 86.92 points.). Canadian Natural Resources (TSX:CNQ). Energy. Down $2.12, or 4.67 per cent, to $43.29 on 20.
N.L. government's $505-million aid for Terra Nova a good deal, energy minister says

N.L. government's $505-million aid for Terra Nova a good deal, energy minister says

ST. JOHN'S, N.L.
S&P/TSX composite falls on commodity price weakness, partially offset by tech gains

S&P/TSX composite falls on commodity price weakness, partially offset by tech gains

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index had its worst day in nearly a month and the loonie hit a seven-week low as investors continued to react to the U.S. Federal Reserve's commentary about interest rates increasing sooner than expected.

Pornhub parent company MindGeek faces U.S. lawsuit over exploitation allegations

An international law firm has launched a lawsuit in the U.S. against Canadian company MindGeek over alleged sexual exploitation videos on one of its websites, Pornhub. Brown Rudnick LLP says the suit, filed in the U.S.
Alberta confirms two patient deaths from COVID-19 Delta variant at Calgary hospital

Alberta confirms two patient deaths from COVID-19 Delta variant at Calgary hospital

EDMONTON — A health official says two patients at Calgary’s Foothills hospital have died from the Delta variant of COVID-19 — and one had been fully immunized.
'A slippery slope towards cartel-like conduct:' New report on grocery wage fixing

'A slippery slope towards cartel-like conduct:' New report on grocery wage fixing

Canada's competition laws should be changed to prohibit cartel-like practices and wage-fixing deals in the country's grocery sector, a new report by the House of Commons industry committee says.
Ottawa investing as much as $29M in company to make PPE mask material in Quebec

Ottawa investing as much as $29M in company to make PPE mask material in Quebec

MONTREAL — The federal government is investing as much as $29 million in a company building a factory in Montreal to make the specialized fabric needed to produce respirators and surgical masks. The money will go toward a $38.
DavidsTea creditors, including employees, to split $18M after U.S. court ruling

DavidsTea creditors, including employees, to split $18M after U.S. court ruling

MONTREAL — DavidsTea Inc. creditors, including former employees, will split $18 million after the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware recognized a Quebec court decision approving its plan of arrangement.
Federal banking regulator to raise domestic stability buffer to 2.5 per cent

Federal banking regulator to raise domestic stability buffer to 2.5 per cent

OTTAWA — Canada's federal banking regulator will increase the domestic stability buffer for big banks to 2.5 per cent from one per cent later this year, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to subside.

Legal cannabis bill clears state Senate, awaits Lamont's OK

HARTFORD, Conn.