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Tiny house in wealthy Boston suburb sells for $315,000

Tiny house in wealthy Boston suburb sells for $315,000

NEWTON, Mass. (AP) — A tiny home in a wealthy Boston suburb has sold after about a month on the market, albeit for far less than the original asking price of almost $450,000.
Insurers see investment gains offset losses for COVID-19, weather events

Insurers see investment gains offset losses for COVID-19, weather events

TORONTO — Canada's big insurers say investment gains and business growth in the third quarter helped offset the costs of weather events and the COVID-19 pandemic. Sun Life Financial Inc. reported underlying net income was up 6.

Health spending, roads and "staycations": highlights from Ontario's economic update

Here's a look at some of the highlights of Ontario's fall economic update released Thursday: HEALTH SPENDING Home care: $548.5 million to help patients recover at home and support people with complex health conditions. Long-term care: $57.
Cineplex decision will be one to watch for companies eyeing COVID litigation: experts

Cineplex decision will be one to watch for companies eyeing COVID litigation: experts

TORONTO — The path forward for Canada's biggest movie theatre owner hangs on an upcoming court decision, but the case is being closely watched by businesses across the country because the ruling could have far-reaching implications for pandemic-inspi
Spin Master pivots past supply chain problems to deliver toys ahead of the holidays

Spin Master pivots past supply chain problems to deliver toys ahead of the holidays

Canadian toymaker Spin Master Corp. has twisted its way past supply chain problems to deliver goods to retailers ahead of the holidays, the company's most lucrative sales period of the year.
BCE reports third-quarter profit up from year ago, revenue also grows

BCE reports third-quarter profit up from year ago, revenue also grows

TORONTO — BCE Inc. boosted its year-over-year earnings by 10 per cent last quarter, matching analyst expectations amid more mobile and internet subscribers and heftier ad spending across its platforms.

Lightspeed Commerce reports US$59.1M Q2 loss, revenue nearly triples

MONTREAL — Shares in Lightspeed Commerce Inc. plunged more than 30 per cent in early trading after reporting its latest quarterly results.
Quebecor third-quarter profit rises 23 per cent to $173.1M on higher revenues

Quebecor third-quarter profit rises 23 per cent to $173.1M on higher revenues

MONTREAL — Quebecor Inc. says its net profits grew 23 per cent in its latest quarter on higher revenues. The Quebec-based telecommunications company says its net income attributable to shareholders was $173.
Gildan reports record -Q3 results as sales surpass pre-pandemic levels in 2019

Gildan reports record -Q3 results as sales surpass pre-pandemic levels in 2019

MONTREAL — Gildan Activewear Inc. has stitched record-high profits in its latest quarter on strong sales growth that even surpassed 2019 levels. The Montreal-based maker of T-shirts, underwear and socks, which reports in U.S.
Ontario seeking to double skilled immigrants to address labour shortage

Ontario seeking to double skilled immigrants to address labour shortage

TORONTO — Ontario is calling on the federal government to double the number of immigrants allowed into the province under a program aimed at boosting the skilled workforce.
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