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Top EU official says decisions coming next week on the release of massive funds for Poland

Top EU official says decisions coming next week on the release of massive funds for Poland

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The head of the European Union’s powerful Commission announced on Friday in Warsaw that decisions will be taken soon to release billions of euros to Poland, funds frozen by the bloc over the previous Polish government's anti-EU
Onex reports US$373M Q4 profit, down from US$435M a year earlier

Onex reports US$373M Q4 profit, down from US$435M a year earlier

TORONTO — Onex Corp. reported a fourth-quarter profit of US$373 million, down from US$435 million a year earlier. The investment firm and asset manager, which keeps its books in U.S. dollars, says the profit amounted to US$4.
Lynx Air shutdown could leave travellers stranded as of Monday

Lynx Air shutdown could leave travellers stranded as of Monday

CALGARY — Come Monday, Canadian travellers booked with the ultra-low-cost airline Lynx Air will be out of luck and its employees out of work.
Premier David Eby to tout B.C. budget with address at Vancouver Board of Trade

Premier David Eby to tout B.C. budget with address at Vancouver Board of Trade

VICTORIA — Premier David Eby will take his budget tour on the road today as he sells the highlights to members of Vancouver's business community with less than nine months before a provincial election.
Why Canadians see the biggest grocers as the villains of food inflation

Why Canadians see the biggest grocers as the villains of food inflation

Galen Weston may not be the president of grocery giant Loblaw anymore, but you wouldn’t know that based on how often his name and face appear in connection with the company: in memes, on social media, and now emblazoned across the top of a new Reddit
Vice Media says 'several hundred' staff members will be laid off, Vice.com news site shuttered

Vice Media says 'several hundred' staff members will be laid off, Vice.com news site shuttered

NEW YORK (AP) — Vice Media plans to lay off several hundred employees and no longer publish material on its Vice.com website, the company's CEO said in a memo to staff Thursday.
Lynx Air shutting down Monday, tells passengers to seek refunds through credit cards

Lynx Air shutting down Monday, tells passengers to seek refunds through credit cards

CALGARY — Low-cost airline Lynx Air announced a sudden halt to its operations as of Monday and told customers with bookings after that to seek refunds from their credit card companies.
Private lander makes first US moon landing in more than 50 years

Private lander makes first US moon landing in more than 50 years

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A private lander on Thursday made the first U.S. touchdown on the moon in more than 50 years, but managed just a weak signal back until flight controllers scrambled to gain better contact.
These companies have laid off Canadian workers in 2024

These companies have laid off Canadian workers in 2024

Canadians are continuing to be laid off as part of a wave of job cuts that began in 2023 as companies assessed their operations after the height of the COVID-19 pandemic passed.
B.C. election budget boosts family benefits as deficit soars to $7.9B

B.C. election budget boosts family benefits as deficit soars to $7.9B

VICTORIA — Families and small business operators in British Columbia are expected to benefit in an election-year budget that boosts spending, but forecasts a growing deficit of more than $7.9 billion and economic growth of less than one per cent.