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Algoma Steel names new CEO; Michael Garcia to take over from Michael McQuade June 1

Algoma Steel names new CEO; Michael Garcia to take over from Michael McQuade June 1

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Algoma Steel Group Inc. has announced the appointment of Michael Garcia as the company's new CEO effective June 1 upon the retirement of current CEO Michael McQuade.

WonderFi to acquire crypto exchange Coinberry, just weeks after closing Bitbuy deal

TORONTO — WonderFi Technologies Inc. announced Monday plans to acquire Toronto-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinberry, as consolidation continues in Canada's digital asset sector.
Energy transition will be challenging in era of public protests, regulatory hurdles

Energy transition will be challenging in era of public protests, regulatory hurdles

CALGARY — From carbon capture and hydrogen development to the accelerated rollout of wind and solar power and rapid electrification of transportation systems, the federal government has laid out an ambitious roadmap to get Canada to its climate targe
For ‘Fantastic Beasts’ series, a case of diminishing returns

For ‘Fantastic Beasts’ series, a case of diminishing returns

“Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” got off to a less than magical start in its first weekend in U.S. and Canadian theaters.

Pet industry embraces opportunities as owners return to work

TORONTO — After remortgaging her house and borrowing from friends and family to keep her business alive through the pandemic, Carolyn Hatfield is happily struggling to keep up with demand from pet owners seeking daycare for their COVID puppies.

Online vet services help to alleviate stress caused by COVID surge in pet ownership

TORONTO — COVID-19 brought hardship to much of Canada's pet industry as kennels sat empty and owners working remotely started walking their own dogs, but demand surged for veterinary services.

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Home sales The Canadian Real Estate Association says it will release its home sales figures for March on Tuesday.
Texas halts truck inspections that caused border gridlock

Texas halts truck inspections that caused border gridlock

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday repealed his traffic-clogging immigration order that backed up commercial trucks at the U.S.-Mexico border, after a week of intensifying backlash and fears of deepening economic losses.
Injured Copperfield trick participant loses lawsuit appeal

Injured Copperfield trick participant loses lawsuit appeal

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Nevada Supreme Court has upheld a jury’s findings that illusionist David Copperfield and the MGM Grand hotel-casino were not financially responsible for a British tourist’s injuries during a signature vanishing act at a Las Vegas

Vancouver joins Toronto, Edmonton as 'candidate host city' for 2026 World Cup games

Vancouver is back in the running to host games when the FIFA World Cup comes to Canada in 2026. FIFA announced Thursday that the city has joined Edmonton and Toronto as candidate host cities after officials made a visit to the BC Place stadium.