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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 (21,855.70, up 17.68 points.) Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE). Energy. Up 52 cents, or 8.9 per cent, to $6.35 on 12.8 million shares.
S&P/TSX composite edges higher; U.S. stock markets down on inflation worries

S&P/TSX composite edges higher; U.S. stock markets down on inflation worries

Canada's main stock index ticked higher on Thursday, even as U.S. markets slid on continuing investor concerns about inflation and rising interest rates. In Toronto, the S&P/TSX composite index was up 17.68 points at 21,855.
75th Cannes to feature Cronenberg, Chan-wook and 'Elvis'

75th Cannes to feature Cronenberg, Chan-wook and 'Elvis'

PARIS (AP) — Films by David Cronenberg, Park Chan-wook and Kelly Reichardt will vie for the coveted Palme d'Or at a Cannes Film Festival set to unspool against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine.

Ontario's cannabis store openings slow as legal pot's share of sales up: OCS

TORONTO — Ontario’s cannabis distributor says the number of pot shop openings is still growing but at a slower pace than previously seen.
TD CEO says the feds' corporate tax hike could have "unintended consequences"

TD CEO says the feds' corporate tax hike could have "unintended consequences"

Toronto-Dominion Bank’s chief executive said Thursday that the corporate tax rate increase targeting financial institutions announced in last week’s federal budget "could lead to unintended consequences.
California plan aims to triple sale of electric cars by 2026

California plan aims to triple sale of electric cars by 2026

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California wants electric vehicle sales to triple in the next four years to 35% of all new car purchases, an aggressive target set as part of the goal to phase out the sale of gas-powered cars by the middle of next decade.
Saved a lot working from home? How to manage spending as you inch back to the office

Saved a lot working from home? How to manage spending as you inch back to the office

Like many Canadians, Kevin Koudys managed to save a fair bit of money working from home during the pandemic. Not having to make the commute from Hamilton, Ont.
Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales up in February, wholesale sales down

Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales up in February, wholesale sales down

OTTAWA — Canadian manufacturing sales rose 4.2 per cent to $67.
IMF chief: Ukraine war and inflation threaten global economy

IMF chief: Ukraine war and inflation threaten global economy

WASHINGTON (AP) — The head of the International Monetary Fund warned Thursday that Russia's war against Ukraine was weakening the economic prospects for most of the world’s countries and called high inflation “a clear and present danger’’ to the glob

Ottawa pledges cash for supply chain problems, but plenty of gaps persist

Ottawa plans to spend more than a half-billion dollars to fix supply chain issues, but experts say it falls far short of the kind of comprehensive strategy needed to address long-standing problems.
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