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Federal data gives most detailed picture yet of where CERB went in Saskatoon

The city of Saskatoon had about 13.18 per cent of its residents receiving the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) last year.
UK hits target: Gives at least 1 vaccine shot to 15 million

UK hits target: Gives at least 1 vaccine shot to 15 million

LONDON — The U.K.

Laurentian ran deficits dating back to 2014, government adviser says in report

A northern Ontario university seeking creditor protection ran deficits dating back to at least 2014, a government adviser probing the school's financial troubles says in an interim report obtained by The Canadian Press. In a Jan.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Shopify results Shopify Inc. will release its fourth-quarter financial results on Wednesday.
High court denies accused Ghosn smugglers' bid to stay in US

High court denies accused Ghosn smugglers' bid to stay in US

BOSTON — The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way Saturday for the extradition of an American father and son wanted by Japan in the escape of former Nissan Motor Co. boss Carlos Ghosn.
China holiday train travel down nearly 70% amid restrictions

China holiday train travel down nearly 70% amid restrictions

BEIJING — Railway journeys in China during the usually frenetic Lunar New Year holiday travel rush are down by almost 70% amid calls for people to stay where they are to avoid a new outbreak of COVID-19.
Dine out, work out and more: Manitobans facing fewer COVID-19 health measures

Dine out, work out and more: Manitobans facing fewer COVID-19 health measures

WINNIPEG — The first doors-open lunch hour in more than three months at East India Company — a fixture among downtown Winnipeg restaurants — was not exactly a frenzy.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (18,460.21, up 67.22 points.) The Supreme Cannabis Co. Inc. (TSX:FIRE). Health care. Down 2.5 cents, or 6.17 per cent, to 38 cents on 49.
S&P/TSX composite rebounds from one-day blip as crude oil approaches US$60 a barrel

S&P/TSX composite rebounds from one-day blip as crude oil approaches US$60 a barrel

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index moved past a one-day blip to resume its upward trend as crude oil approached US$60 a barrel. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 67.22 points to 18,460.21. It gained 1.8 per cent on the week and is running 6.
'Tone deaf' photo from defence chief is a reminder that 'talk is cheap': experts

'Tone deaf' photo from defence chief is a reminder that 'talk is cheap': experts

TORONTO — A photo of eight white men posted to Twitter by the Canadian Armed Forces' chief of defence staff with a message supporting diversity should be a reminder that more inclusivity efforts are needed, observers said.
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