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5 anchors will no longer work at NY1 after suit settlement

5 anchors will no longer work at NY1 after suit settlement

NEW YORK — Five female anchors will no longer work at a New York news channel as part of the settlement of an age and gender discrimination lawsuit alleging they were passed over in favour of younger talent, according to statements from the women, th
S&P 500 ends at another record high as tumultuous 2020 ends

S&P 500 ends at another record high as tumultuous 2020 ends

Wall Street closed out a tumultuous year for stocks with more record highs Thursday, a fitting coda to the market’s stunning comeback from its historic plunge in the early weeks of the coronavirus pandemic.
Britain ends long Brexit journey with economic break from EU

Britain ends long Brexit journey with economic break from EU

LONDON — Britain’s long and sometimes acrimonious divorce from the European Union ended Thursday with an economic split that leaves the EU smaller and the U.K. freer but more isolated in a turbulent world.
S&P/TSX composite falls on New Year's Eve while U.S. markets set new records

S&P/TSX composite falls on New Year's Eve while U.S. markets set new records

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index closed out 2020 in positive territory for the year despite a late sell-off on New Year's Eve that transformed what had been a day of gains into one printed in red ink.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (17,433.36, down 112.45 points.) Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE). Down nine cents, or 1.15 per cent, to $7.75 on 13.2 million shares.
Canada’s airlines say border testing could cause confusion for airlines, passengers

Canada’s airlines say border testing could cause confusion for airlines, passengers

MONTREAL — The National Airlines Council of Canada said there are still major issues that need to be addressed as Ottawa rolls out a COVID-19 testing requirement for air passengers arriving from abroad.
Court approves takeover of Great Canadian Gaming by Apollo affiliate

Court approves takeover of Great Canadian Gaming by Apollo affiliate

TORONTO — Great Canadian Gaming Corp.'s deal to be acquired by a fund affiliated with Apollo Global Management Inc. has been granted court approval.
After 'Not Amazon' buoys local retail, restaurants unite in hope of New Year's boost

After 'Not Amazon' buoys local retail, restaurants unite in hope of New Year's boost

Toronto restaurateur Erik Joyal knew that his restaurants would need to do something different this New Year's Eve as the COVID-19 pandemic crashed everyone's party plans.
Security firms say suspicious object on oil tanker off Iraq

Security firms say suspicious object on oil tanker off Iraq

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Sailors involved in transferring fuel oil from an Iraqi tanker in the Persian Gulf to another vessel owned by a shipping company traded in the U.S.

Industrial equipment and services provider Wajax to buy Tundra for $99 million

CALGARY — Shares in industrial equipment and services provider Wajax Corp. are rising after it announced the acquisition of privately held Tundra Process Solutions Ltd. for $99.1 million. The offer for its Calgary-based rival consists of $74.