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Mullen Group reports Q1 profit down from year ago as demand softens

Mullen Group reports Q1 profit down from year ago as demand softens

OKOTOKS, Alta. — Mullen Group Ltd. reported its first-quarter profit fell compared with a year ago as it saw a softening in demand, accompanied by competitive market conditions.
'A little wacky': Tim Hortons to stage theatrical production called 'The Last Timbit'

'A little wacky': Tim Hortons to stage theatrical production called 'The Last Timbit'

In the last year, Tim Hortons has treated cottaging Canadians to a boat drivethru, revived its beloved Dutchie doughnut and launched flatbread pizzas.
Telecom complaints jump 43% as Rogers accounts for one-quarter of grievances: report

Telecom complaints jump 43% as Rogers accounts for one-quarter of grievances: report

The watchdog that handles grievances about telecommunications companies in Canada says complaints about phone, internet and television services were up 43 per cent halfway through its reporting year.
Manitoba lifts ban on homegrown cannabis, pauses some new retail licences

Manitoba lifts ban on homegrown cannabis, pauses some new retail licences

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government's plan to let people grow cannabis in their homes is being accompanied by a temporary pause on approval of some new retail outlets.
Hot Docs boss says 'future of the organization is in jeopardy' as festival launches

Hot Docs boss says 'future of the organization is in jeopardy' as festival launches

Canada’s largest documentary film festival kicks off Thursday amid ongoing uncertainty over its finances, concerns over a mass staff exodus and a new president who says survival depends on reimagining it as a “leaner, meaner version.
Rogers plans sale of data centres, other real estate as it zeroes in on debt

Rogers plans sale of data centres, other real estate as it zeroes in on debt

TORONTO — Rogers Communications Inc. is listing its data centres for sale in an effort to raise a billion dollars as the company moves to pay off debt related to the Shaw merger, the company said.
Aecon Group posts loss of $6.1 million in first quarter, sales also lower

Aecon Group posts loss of $6.1 million in first quarter, sales also lower

TORONTO — Aecon Group Inc. reported a loss of $6.1 million in its first quarter, compared with a loss of $9.4 million a year earlier. The Toronto-based company says revenue for the quarter ended March 31 totalled $846.6 million, down from $1.
Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (21,873.72, down 138 points): Toronto-Dominion Bank. (TSX:TD). Finance. Down 14 cents, or 0.17 per cent, to $80.37 on 10.
Canadian Pacific girds for potential rail strike next month

Canadian Pacific girds for potential rail strike next month

Canadian Pacific Kansas City Ltd. is steeling itself for the possibility of a strike by some 3,300 workers next month, as the clock ticks down toward a negotiation deadline.
S&P/TSX composite down, U.S. markets mixed ahead of tech earnings and economic data

S&P/TSX composite down, U.S. markets mixed ahead of tech earnings and economic data

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index erased its gains from the day before asindustrial and telecom stocks weighed on the market, while U.S. markets were mixed. The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 138 points at 21,873.72.