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Premier won't call for sanctions on oligarch who owns shares in Saskatchewan mill

Premier won't call for sanctions on oligarch who owns shares in Saskatchewan mill

REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he's not calling on Ottawa to sanction a Russian oligarch who's a major shareholder of Evraz, which operates a steel mill in the province.
WSP Global dropping projects in Russia as it unveils growth plan

WSP Global dropping projects in Russia as it unveils growth plan

MONTREAL — WSP Global Inc. is quitting its projects in Russia and will stop seeking out work in that country or Belarus following the invasion of Ukraine and subsequent economic sanctions, the engineering firm said Thursday.
Bureaucratic backlogs delaying return to the cockpit, pilots say

Bureaucratic backlogs delaying return to the cockpit, pilots say

MONTREAL — Pilots say a Transport Canada backlog is holding up medical certification, leading to months-long delays before they can return to the skies.
McCain Foods suspends shipments to Russia, ends production facility project

McCain Foods suspends shipments to Russia, ends production facility project

TORONTO — McCain Foods is ending a project to build a production facility in Russia and suspending shipments of its products to the country because of the country's invasion of Ukraine.
US extends mask rule for travel while weighing new approach

US extends mask rule for travel while weighing new approach

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal officials are extending the requirement for masks on planes and public transportation for one more month — through mid-April — while taking steps that could lead to lifting the rule.
US inflation soared 7.9% in past year, a fresh 40-year high

US inflation soared 7.9% in past year, a fresh 40-year high

WASHINGTON (AP) — Propelled by surging costs for gas, food and housing, consumer inflation jumped 7.9% over the past year, the sharpest spike since 1982 and likely only a harbinger of even higher prices to come.
US inflation soared 7.9% in past year, a fresh 40-year high

US inflation soared 7.9% in past year, a fresh 40-year high

WASHINGTON (AP) — Propelled by surging costs for gas, food and housing, consumer inflation jumped 7.9% over the past year, the sharpest spike since 1982 and likely only a harbinger of even higher prices to come.
Experts say check your budget now with interest rates set to rise

Experts say check your budget now with interest rates set to rise

OTTAWA — The price of gas is going up. The cost of groceries is going up. And now that the Bank of Canada has started to raise interest rates, the cost of borrowing is going up.
Canadian Space Agency awards MDA $269M contract for next phase of Canadarm 3 project

Canadian Space Agency awards MDA $269M contract for next phase of Canadarm 3 project

BRAMPTON, Ont. — MDA Ltd. says it has won a $269-million contract from the Canadian Space Agency for the next phase of the Canadarm 3 program.
Canadian Tire unveils $3.4-billion plan to improve customer experience, drive growth

Canadian Tire unveils $3.4-billion plan to improve customer experience, drive growth

TORONTO — Canadian Tire Corp. has announced a multi-billion dollar plan to improve customer service and bolster sales. The retailer, which operates several banners including Canadian Tire, SportChek and Mark's, says the $3.