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S&P/TSX composite down slightly to start week; U.S. markets rise

S&P/TSX composite down slightly to start week; U.S. markets rise

Canada's main stock index dipped on Monday while U.S. markets rose, keeping American stocks near record highs. The S&P/TSX composite index slipped 51.22 points to 21,587.88. In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 188.
Judge orders railway to pay Washington tribe nearly $400 million for trespassing with oil trains

Judge orders railway to pay Washington tribe nearly $400 million for trespassing with oil trains

SEATTLE (AP) — BNSF Railway must pay nearly $400 million to a Native American tribe in Washington state, a federal judge ordered Monday after finding that the company intentionally trespassed when it repeatedly ran 100-car trains carrying crude oil a
Stock market today: Wall Street rallies to more records as big tech stocks keep soaring

Stock market today: Wall Street rallies to more records as big tech stocks keep soaring

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks rallied to more records as gains for technology companies keep pushing the market higher. The S&P 500 rose 0.8% Monday, beating the all-time high it set on Thursday.
Wireless plan prices, connectivity among big themes at telecom summit

Wireless plan prices, connectivity among big themes at telecom summit

TORONTO — The federal industry minister says despite data showing that the cost of telecommunications services has declined in Canada, many Canadians still do not feel the effect.
N.B. shell-drying plant closes, lays off 20 staff after complaints about odour

N.B. shell-drying plant closes, lays off 20 staff after complaints about odour

RICHIBUCTO, N.B. — A shell-processing plant in Richibucto, N.B., says it is shutting down and laying off 20 staff because the province limited the facility's hours of operation after residents complained of the smell.
Home sales in May down from year ago: Canadian Real Estate Association

Home sales in May down from year ago: Canadian Real Estate Association

OTTAWA — Canada's real estate market softened further in May as sales and prices of existing homes declined and listings rose.
World's first weekly insulin injection coming to Canada in 2 weeks, manufacturer says

World's first weekly insulin injection coming to Canada in 2 weeks, manufacturer says

TORONTO — Many people with diabetes in Canada will soon be able to take insulin once a week instead of daily, drug manufacturer Novo Nordisk announced on Monday.
Primo Water to merge with Poland Spring parent company BlueTriton Brands

Primo Water to merge with Poland Spring parent company BlueTriton Brands

TORONTO — The companies behind bottled water brands Mountain Valley and Pure Life are combining. Primo Water Corp. has signed a deal to merge with BlueTriton Brands Inc.
Corus replaces CEO after losing key content rights to Rogers

Corus replaces CEO after losing key content rights to Rogers

TORONTO — New leadership is coming to Corus Entertainment Inc. after it lost several major Warner Bros. Discovery lifestyle television channels to Rogers Communications Inc. and continues to struggle in the current broadcasting environment.
CMHC says annual pace of housing starts in May up 10% from April

CMHC says annual pace of housing starts in May up 10% from April

OTTAWA — The annual pace of housing starts in May climbed 10 per cent compared with April, helped by gains in Montreal and Toronto, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said.