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QLT sells sight drug to Valeant

QLT Inc. announced Monday the sale of its drug Visudyne for $112.5 million to Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.

Beanstream part of deal for online pay firm

Parent company of Victoria venture sold
Pedal power pushes suds

Pedal power pushes suds

Sean Hoyne has decided to make a case for sustainable living one beer case at a time. The local craft brewer has taken to pedal power to get his suds to the street.

TSX Hit as European worries return

The Toronto stock market was pulled down by lower commodities prices on Monday as concerns about the European economy returned to the forefront. The S&P/TSX composite index moved back 70.06 points to 12,313.54. The TSX Venture Exchange fell 12.

lessons in income from U.S

If you receive income from the United States, a pair of tax decisions released this summer may be of interest as each deals with a different type of U.S. income and its appropriate treatment for Canadian tax purposes.
iPhone 5 fever spans globe despite grumble over maps

iPhone 5 fever spans globe despite grumble over maps

Record sales pace expected; Apple shares up to $702

PQ draws inside fire

The new Parti Québécois government is earning some unflattering reviews from one of its former leaders even before completing its first half-week in office.

Air Canada, Aer Lingus ink deal

Air Canada and Irish national carrier Aer Lingus have signed an interline agreement that will make flying between the two countries more convenient. The deal allows customers to fly year-round through London Heathrow Airport on one ticket.

TSX Ends Week On A Negative Note

The Toronto stock market ended lower Friday as metals and mining stocks weakened. The S&P/TSX composite index was down 25.65 points to 12,383.60. The TSX Venture Exchange rose 10.83 points to 1,345.72. The Canadian dollar moved up US0.01¢ to US102.

Irony to RIM's major outage

BlackBerry goes down as iPhone rises