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Canada-China spat could affect businesses, but Canadian reputation strong: Experts

Canada-China spat could affect businesses, but Canadian reputation strong: Experts

Souring relations between Ottawa and Beijing could affect Canadian companies in China, potentially tarnishing the appeal of Canadian brands for some Chinese consumers, experts said on Tuesday.
US regulators OK spent nuclear fuel facility in New Mexico

US regulators OK spent nuclear fuel facility in New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — U.S. nuclear regulators have licensed a multibillion-dollar complex to temporarily store tons of spent fuel in New Mexico from commercial nuclear power plants around the nation.
Portion of Coastal GasLink construction paused over erosion, sediment control issues

Portion of Coastal GasLink construction paused over erosion, sediment control issues

CALGARY — TC Energy Corp. says it has proactively halted construction on a 20-km stretch of its Coastal GasLink project over concerns about erosion and sediment control.
These companies have laid off Canadian workers in 2023

These companies have laid off Canadian workers in 2023

A wave of layoffs in 2022, which left thousands of Canadian workers jobless, is continuing this year as recession predictions loom and the tech sector downturn deepens.
Facebook resistance to paying for news links 'deeply irresponsible': Trudeau

Facebook resistance to paying for news links 'deeply irresponsible': Trudeau

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Facebook's resistance to paying publishers for articles posted on the platform is "deeply irresponsible" and "out of touch.
Metaverse to contribute at least $45.3B to Canada's annual GDP by 2035 says Meta

Metaverse to contribute at least $45.3B to Canada's annual GDP by 2035 says Meta

TORONTO — When Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg changed his company's name to Meta less than two years ago, he placed a multi-billion-dollar bet on a virtual but interactive realm where he believed people would work and play for generations t
Reported Lassonde bid for Teck coal could thwart Glencore: analyst

Reported Lassonde bid for Teck coal could thwart Glencore: analyst

TORONTO — A mining analyst says an apparent effort by industry veteran Pierre Lassonde to buy Teck Resources' coal business could disrupt Glencore's push to take over the Canadian firm.
It’s 'never too early, never too late' to learn financial literacy, experts say

It’s 'never too early, never too late' to learn financial literacy, experts say

For as long as he remembers, Aidan D’Souza says his mother has helped him ensure that he’s making smart money decisions. At roughly 10 years old, D’Souza said his mother advised him not to spend all his money on candy and frivolous gadgets.
George Weston reports Q1 profit up from year ago, raises quarterly dividend

George Weston reports Q1 profit up from year ago, raises quarterly dividend

TORONTO — George Weston Ltd. raised its dividend as it reported its first-quarter profit and revenue rose compared with a year ago. The company, which holds large stakes in Loblaw Companies Ltd.
Oil giant Saudi Aramco's 1st quarter profit down 20% to $31B

Oil giant Saudi Aramco's 1st quarter profit down 20% to $31B

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Oil giant Saudi Aramco reported a first-quarter profit on Tuesday of $31.88 billion, down nearly 20% from the same period last year as energy prices have sunk over global recession concerns.