Porter Airlines pushes back date for flights to begin again to July 20

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TORONTO — Porter Airlines is again pushing back the date it plans to restart flying. The regional airline says it now plans to resume flights...

S&P/TSX composite up in early trading, U.S. stock markets move lower

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TORONTO — Gains in the energy and health care sectors helped Canada's main stock index move higher in early trading, while U.S. stock markets...
Algoma Power Planned Outage

Planned Electrical Service Interruption for Lake Superior Provincial Park

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Algoma Power would like to advise customers in the Lake Superior Provincial Park area, highway 17 north of Frater Road, of a planned electrical...

Restaurants want exemption from reduced wage subsidy as Ontario keeps dining shut

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TORONTO — Restaurant owners say they are concerned about operations as federal subsidies begin to wind down, even as provinces like Ontario extend stay-at-home...

Onex reports US415-million Q1 profit compared with loss a year ago

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TORONTO — Onex Corp. reported a net profit of US$415 million in its latest quarter compared with a net loss of US$997 million in...

Canadian Tire reports first-quarter profit, sales climb from year ago

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TORONTO — Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. reported a first-quarter profit compared with a loss a year ago as its revenue climbed more than 10...

Cybersecurity experts say Canadian businesses can learn from U.S. pipeline attack

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TORONTO — Cybersecurity experts say that Canadian businesses often can, and should, do more to thwart the types of attack that temporarily shut down...

Global chip shortage, pandemic demand drive up home appliance prices

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GUELPH, Ont. — A global shortage of computer chips, along with a surge in demand during the pandemic, is driving up prices of home...

Freshii records million-dollar loss in first quarter amid ongoing COVID-19 closures

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TORONTO — Freshii Inc. has recorded a million-dollar loss in its first quarter as many of its restaurants remain temporarily closed due to COVID-19. The...

North American stock markets down in early trading, loonie climbs higher

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TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was down in early trading amid losses in the base metal and technology sectors, while U.S. stock markets...