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Bombardier supports Alstom's sale of assets to win European approval to takeover

Bombardier supports Alstom's sale of assets to win European approval to takeover

MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. says it supports Alstom's commitments to sell some of the Canadian transportation company's railway assets to address potential regulatory concerns with Alstom SA's US$8.2-billion acquisition of Bombardier Transportation.
Young, BIPOC Canadians face biggest financial setbacks from COVID-19

Young, BIPOC Canadians face biggest financial setbacks from COVID-19

TORONTO — A new poll shows young Canadians and those who are Black, Indigenous or people of colour face the hardest hit to their finances from COVID-19.
CMHC reports annual pace of housing starts in Canada increased in June

CMHC reports annual pace of housing starts in Canada increased in June

Canadian builders started construction on more new condos, apartments and other multi-family homes in June compared to May, despite a slowing pace of building for detached homes in cities. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Financial check ups more important than ever during turbulent times like these

Financial check ups more important than ever during turbulent times like these

OTTAWA — As governments roll out plans to reopen the economy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, experts say individual Canadians need to update their own financial plan to move forward too.
Milan turns to Jay-Z's Roc Nation, Liverpool to revive glory

Milan turns to Jay-Z's Roc Nation, Liverpool to revive glory

Preparing to complete a ninth Serie A campaign without winning the Scudetto, AC Milan decided returning to the pinnacle of football required a new approach.
Lawyer: TSA makes changes after whistleblower's complaint

Lawyer: TSA makes changes after whistleblower's complaint

The Transportation Security Administration has improved coronavirus protection for airport screeners after a TSA official accused the agency of endangering travellers , the whistleblower's lawyer said Wednesday.
Calls grow for news outlets reporting on systemic racism to address own failures

Calls grow for news outlets reporting on systemic racism to address own failures

TORONTO — Journalists have not had to go far to uncover searing stories of racism in Canada — they're finding them in their own newsrooms, among their co-workers and involving their bosses.

Irving Oil cutting 250 jobs, six per cent of workforce, due to the economy

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Irving Oil is cutting its workforce by 250 people or about six per cent in light of the current economic conditions.
How many people saw 'Hamilton'? For now, that's a secret

How many people saw 'Hamilton'? For now, that's a secret

NEW YORK — Disney+'s streaming of “Hamilton” was surely the biggest event on television screens over the holiday weekend. Just how big, however, remains a mystery. Disney knows, but it's not telling.
A list of some of the companies that have filed for CCAA since the pandemic

A list of some of the companies that have filed for CCAA since the pandemic

TORONTO — A list of some of the companies that have filed for court protection from creditors under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act since the beginning of the pandemic:: July 8: DavidsTea Inc.