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Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

Pembina Pipeline deferring Cedar LNG decision until mid-year

CALGARY — The company behind the proposed Cedar LNG facility said this week itwill defer making a final investment decision on the project until mid-2024.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

CALGARY — The company behind the proposed Cedar LNG facility said this week itwill defer making a final investment decision on the project until mid-2024.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

Have a cancelled Lynx Air flight? Here's what to know about getting a refund

Many passengers booked to fly on Lynx Air have been left scrambling after the discount air carrier announced it was ceasing operations on Feb. 26.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

Many passengers booked to fly on Lynx Air have been left scrambling after the discount air carrier announced it was ceasing operations on Feb. 26.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

Indigenous firms, First Nation to create investment dealer with Scotiabank

TORONTO — Canada's first Indigenous-owned investment dealer could soon be a reality as Scotiabank is partnering with two Indigenous development corporations and a First Nation to launch one.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

TORONTO — Canada's first Indigenous-owned investment dealer could soon be a reality as Scotiabank is partnering with two Indigenous development corporations and a First Nation to launch one.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

S&P/TSX composite up in late-morning trading, U.S. stock markets mixed

TORONTO — Strength in financial and technology stocks helped lift Canada's main stock index in late-morning trading, while U.S. stock markets were mixed.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

TORONTO — Strength in financial and technology stocks helped lift Canada's main stock index in late-morning trading, while U.S. stock markets were mixed.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

Federal government posts $23.6B deficit for April-to-December period

OTTAWA — The federal government posted a budgetary deficit of $23.6 billion for the first nine months of its 2023-24 fiscal year.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

OTTAWA — The federal government posted a budgetary deficit of $23.6 billion for the first nine months of its 2023-24 fiscal year.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

TransAlta reports $84M Q4 loss compared with $163M loss a year earlier

CALGARY — TransAlta Corp. reported a loss attributable to common shareholders of $84 million compared with a loss of $163 million a year earlier.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

CALGARY — TransAlta Corp. reported a loss attributable to common shareholders of $84 million compared with a loss of $163 million a year earlier.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

Chorus Aviation reports Q4 net income down 20% from year earlier, revenue also lower

HALIFAX — Chorus Aviation Inc. reported its fourth-quarter profit fell 20 per cent compared with a year ago as its revenue also edged lower.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

HALIFAX — Chorus Aviation Inc. reported its fourth-quarter profit fell 20 per cent compared with a year ago as its revenue also edged lower.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

Onex reports US$373M Q4 profit, down from US$435M a year earlier

TORONTO — Onex Corp. reported a fourth-quarter profit of US$373 million, down from US$435 million a year earlier.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

TORONTO — Onex Corp. reported a fourth-quarter profit of US$373 million, down from US$435 million a year earlier.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

Why Canadians see the biggest grocers as the villains of food inflation

Galen Weston may not be the president of grocery giant Loblaw anymore, but you wouldn’t know that based on how often his name and face appear in connection with the company: in memes, on social media, and now emblazoned across the top of a new Reddit forum dedicated to high food prices in Canada.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

Galen Weston may not be the president of grocery giant Loblaw anymore, but you wouldn’t know that based on how often his name and face appear in connection with the company: in memes, on social media, and now emblazoned across the top of a new Reddit forum dedicated to high food prices in Canada.

By The Canadian Press | 02.23.24

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