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Jasper Park Lodge accepting reservations again after private block booking cancelled

JASPER, Alta. — A famous hotel in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains has reopened reservations after they were mysteriously closed last month because of a private block booking.
$1.8-billion satellite project in Quebec expected to create 600 jobs

$1.8-billion satellite project in Quebec expected to create 600 jobs

MONTREAL — Two Ontario-based companies plan to expand their operations in Quebec as part of a major satellite project. The agreement in principle announced Thursday between MDA, Telesat and the Quebec government is valued at $1.
Transat A.T. adds flexibility by extending termination date of $250M loan facility

Transat A.T. adds flexibility by extending termination date of $250M loan facility

MONTREAL — Transat A.T. Inc.
Inter Pipeline reviews options in response to hostile Brookfield takeover bid

Inter Pipeline reviews options in response to hostile Brookfield takeover bid

Calgary-based Inter Pipeline Ltd. says it has initiated a review of strategic alternatives in response to a hostile takeover bid launched last week by its largest shareholder, Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP.

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 (18,274.07, down 100.71 points.) Manulife Financial Corp. (TSX:MFC). Financials. Down eight cents, or 0.32 per cent, to $25 on 26.
TC Energy warns Coastal GasLink pipeline costs up due to pandemic-related shutdown

TC Energy warns Coastal GasLink pipeline costs up due to pandemic-related shutdown

CALGARY — The CEO of TC Energy Corp. is warning that the cost of its Coastal GasLink pipeline to bring natural gas from northeastern B.C.
Sienna Senior Living posts Q4 loss as pandemic-related expenses hurt bottom line

Sienna Senior Living posts Q4 loss as pandemic-related expenses hurt bottom line

MARKHAM — Sienna Senior Living Inc. is reporting a net loss of $8.7 million in the quarter ended Dec. 31 as the company faces higher costs related to the pandemic. The company's net income in the fourth quarter was $9.
North American stock markets lose ground as investors take profits from recent highs

North American stock markets lose ground as investors take profits from recent highs

TORONTO — North American stock markets slumped from recent highs as investors pocketed some profits in stronger sectors. The S&P/TSX composite index closed down for a second straight day, losing 100.71 points to 18,274.07.
First Bitcoin ETF in North America debuts on TSX as cryptocurrency prices surge

First Bitcoin ETF in North America debuts on TSX as cryptocurrency prices surge

TORONTO — North America's first Bitcoin exchange-traded fund began trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange today.

Ontario loses 355,000 jobs in 2020, single largest decline on record: FAO

TORONTO — Ontario lost more than 355,000 jobs last year - the single largest annual decline on record - due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the province's fiscal watchdog said Thursday.