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Slain cinematographer's husband angry Baldwin deflects blame

Slain cinematographer's husband angry Baldwin deflects blame

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The husband of a cinematographer shot and killed on the set of the film “Rust” says it's “absurd” that Alec Baldwin believes he's not to blame for the shooting and he was “so angry” when Baldwin didn't accept responsibility.
Transat A.T. appoints European as new head of Air Transat operations

Transat A.T. appoints European as new head of Air Transat operations

MONTREAL — Transat A.T. Inc. has appointed Marc-Philippe Lumpé to head its airline operations, replacing Jean-François Lemay, who has led Air Transat since 2013. Lumpé will start June 1, subject to receiving a work permit in Canada.
Desjardins surplus earnings before dividends plunge 55% in Q4 to $393 million

Desjardins surplus earnings before dividends plunge 55% in Q4 to $393 million

LÉVIS, Que. — Desjardins Group says its surplus earnings before member dividends plunged 55 per cent to $393 million in the fourth quarter.
Stelco closes book on record year with $513M Q4 profit as steel prices boost revenues

Stelco closes book on record year with $513M Q4 profit as steel prices boost revenues

HAMILTON — Stelco Holdings Inc. capped its most successful year by swinging to a $513-million profit in the fourth quarter on a near tripling of revenues due to soaring prices. The Hamilton, Ont.-based steelmaker says it earned $6.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (20,744.17, down 163.65 points.) Manulife Financial Corp. (TSX:MFC). Financials. Down 28 cents, or 1.1 per cent, to $26.00 on 24.
Fendi, Cavalli open a more relaxed Milan Fashion Week

Fendi, Cavalli open a more relaxed Milan Fashion Week

MILAN (AP) — As Europe braced for winds from a possible war in Ukraine, the Italian fashion world carried on with a Milan Fashion Week that brought the return of Russian buyers after two years and the easing of pandemic travel restrictions.
Oil heading higher as Ukraine tensions escalate; price depends on what happens next

Oil heading higher as Ukraine tensions escalate; price depends on what happens next

CALGARY — Oil prices are rapidly heading toward US$100 a barrel, but analysts say the chances of crude smashing that threshold greatly depends on what happens next in Ukraine.
NBC's scores are in: Record low Olympics ratings

NBC's scores are in: Record low Olympics ratings

NEW YORK (AP) — The final scores are in, and NBC is no doubt happy to put the Beijing Winter Olympics in the rear-view mirror. The games reached an average combined audience of 11.
U.S. stock markets in correction territory, TSX down on worrying signs out of Ukraine

U.S. stock markets in correction territory, TSX down on worrying signs out of Ukraine

TORONTO — North American stock markets faded midweek with all three U.S. markets moving into correction territory while crude oil prices continued to rise on mounting tensions in Ukraine.
How to navigate travel insurance ahead of spring break as pandemic restrictions ease

How to navigate travel insurance ahead of spring break as pandemic restrictions ease

MONTREAL — With the Omicron variant in retreat, Canadians looking to get away for spring break now have a more robust range of travel insurance options.
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