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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 (20,180.60, up 79 points.) Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB). Energy. Down 39 cents, or 0.7 per cent, to $55.16 on 25.4 million shares.
North American markets recover morning losses to end day in positive territory

North American markets recover morning losses to end day in positive territory

North American markets recovered from their early morning losses Monday to close in positive territory in spite of falling crude oil prices. The energy-heavy S&P/TSX composite index eked out a gain of 79 points to close at 20,180.
Securities regulators push for further crypto trading platform commitments

Securities regulators push for further crypto trading platform commitments

TORONTO — The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) says crypto trading platforms are now expected to make certain commitments that address investor protections while their registration applications are being reviewed.
Canadian Pacific Railway reaches collective agreement with 3,000 workers

Canadian Pacific Railway reaches collective agreement with 3,000 workers

CALGARY — Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. says it has signed a two-year collective agreement with about 3,000 union members.
Turquoise Hill shares down after special committee rejects Rio Tinto offer

Turquoise Hill shares down after special committee rejects Rio Tinto offer

TORONTO — Shares of Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. were down more than 10 per cent after the company's special committee of independent directors said an offer by Rio Tinto International Holdings Ltd.
Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales down 0.8 per cent in June

Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales down 0.8 per cent in June

OTTAWA — Manufacturing sales fell 0.8 per cent to $71.8 billion in June as the petroleum and coal product sector helped lead the way down, Statistics Canada said Monday.
Canadian home sales fall for fifth month in a row, down 29% from last July: CREA

Canadian home sales fall for fifth month in a row, down 29% from last July: CREA

TORONTO — The Canadian Real Estate Association found home sales fell for the fifth consecutive month between June and July. On a seasonally adjusted basis, the association said sales in July fell 5.3 per cent compared with June.
Students face surging rental market ahead of fall return to classes

Students face surging rental market ahead of fall return to classes

TORONTO — When Meaghan Hines moves into a rental apartment ahead of her fifth year at the University of Waterloo in Ontario it will be a massive relief.

Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan earned 1.2 per cent in first six months of 2022

TORONTO — Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board says it earned a total-fund net return of 1.2 per cent for the first half of this year.
Russian shells slam into eastern Ukraine; 3 dead, 20 hurt

Russian shells slam into eastern Ukraine; 3 dead, 20 hurt

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — At least three Ukrainian civilians have been killed and 20 others wounded in the latest artillery barrages from the Russian military, Ukrainian officials said Monday.