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Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment chair Larry Tanenbaum joins Steve Pagliuca's bid to buy Chelsea

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment chair Larry Tanenbaum joins Steve Pagliuca's bid to buy Chelsea

The bid for Chelsea launched by Boston Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca has added Canadian sports tycoon Larry Tanenbaum ahead of Thursday's expected deadline for improved offers for the Premier League club.
LNG Canada joint-venture names Jason Klein as new chief executive

LNG Canada joint-venture names Jason Klein as new chief executive

VANCOUVER — The joint-venture building a major liquefied natural gas terminal at Kitimat, B.C. has named Jason Klein as its new chief executive officer.
AP source: CDC to extend travel mask requirement for 2 weeks

AP source: CDC to extend travel mask requirement for 2 weeks

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration will extend for two weeks the nationwide mask requirement for public transit as it monitors an uptick in COVID-19 cases, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Japanese battery company to build factory in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A Japanese electric vehicle battery technology company will build a $2 billion factory in Kentucky, creating 2,000 jobs that reinforces the state's leadership in battery production, Gov. Andy Beshear said Wednesday.
What to know about inflation, the labour market and Bank of Canada rate hikes

What to know about inflation, the labour market and Bank of Canada rate hikes

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada is moving ahead with another hike to its key policy rate in the face of decades-high inflation rates and record-low unemployment rates.
Toronto Star names new president and CEO ahead of planned relocation

Toronto Star names new president and CEO ahead of planned relocation

TORONTO — The Toronto Star, one of Canada's largest daily newspapers, says it has chosen a new president and CEO. The newspaper says Marina Glogovac will move into the top executive role on June 1.
Unifor secretary-treasurer Lana Payne running for national president to replace Dias

Unifor secretary-treasurer Lana Payne running for national president to replace Dias

DEER LAKE, N.L. — Unifor's national secretary-treasurer has joined the race to replace Jerry Dias as head of Canada's largest private sector union. Lana Payne announced her candidacy for national president today on Facebook.
Hollywood, foreign film productions reach record high in Canada in COVID's first year

Hollywood, foreign film productions reach record high in Canada in COVID's first year

OTTAWA — When the pandemic first hit, the world shouted "cut." Cameras stopped rolling, film sets went black and stars with seven-figure salaries were sent back to their hotel rooms.
FIFA takes on streaming companies with own soccer platform

FIFA takes on streaming companies with own soccer platform

LONDON (AP) — FIFA is getting into the streaming platform business with a soccer version of Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (21,715.41, down 75.08 points.) Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD). Financials. Down $2.09, or 2.2 per cent, to $94.59 on 13.