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Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (19,577.04, up 31.10 points.) Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB). Energy. Down $1.10, or 1.94 per cent, to $55.61 on 15.9 million shares.
Environmental groups protest proposals to build LNG terminals on Canada's East Coast

Environmental groups protest proposals to build LNG terminals on Canada's East Coast

HALIFAX — A coalition of environmental groups is calling on Ottawa to reject any proposals to build export facilities for liquefied natural gas on Canada's East Coast, saying such projects will produce "climate-wrecking emissions.
S&P/TSX composite ticks slightly higher as investors await Friday's jobs report

S&P/TSX composite ticks slightly higher as investors await Friday's jobs report

Canada's main stock index nudged slightly higher Thursday as investors took a "wait and see" approach in advance of highly anticipated new employment data coming Friday.
Statistics Canada to release its July labour force survey Friday

Statistics Canada to release its July labour force survey Friday

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada expects to release its labour force survey for July on Friday. The federal agency previously reported the unemployment rate hit a record-low of 4.9 per cent in June.
'Wait and see': Toronto, Vancouver home sales plummet from 2021 as buyers hang around

'Wait and see': Toronto, Vancouver home sales plummet from 2021 as buyers hang around

TORONTO — The Canadian real estate sector might not be a buyers' market quite yet, but a shift away from the rapid price increases of the past few years is well underway with home sales in both the Greater Toronto and Vancouver Areas dropping signifi
Maple Leaf stock drops on disappointing results as economic challenges weigh

Maple Leaf stock drops on disappointing results as economic challenges weigh

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Maple Leaf Foods Inc. saw its share price drop as much as 18 per cent on the Toronto Stock Exchange after it said challenges in labour markets, supply chains and inflation pushed it to a net loss for the second quarter.
Sun Life Financial sells Sun Life U.K. business for $385 million

Sun Life Financial sells Sun Life U.K. business for $385 million

TORONTO — Sun Life Financial Inc. has reached a deal to sell a U.K.-based division of the company to Phoenix Group Holdings PLC for about $385 million as part of a shift to make the company more nimble.
Proposed emissions cap on oil and gas sector overly ambitious': CNRL

Proposed emissions cap on oil and gas sector overly ambitious': CNRL

CALGARY — The head of Canada's largest oil-and-gas producing company criticized the federal government's proposed emissions cap for the energy sector Thursday, arguing environmental goals must be balanced with economic and energy security concerns.
Tim Hortons sales above pre-pandemic levels as parent company reports sales grew 14%

Tim Hortons sales above pre-pandemic levels as parent company reports sales grew 14%

TORONTO — The CEO of Tim Hortons' parent company says the quick service chain generated sales in its latest quarter above pre-pandemic levels for the first time since the onset of COVID-19, but the business is still being affected by a slower return
Lightspeed preps for shift in economy after Q1 net loss doubled from last year

Lightspeed preps for shift in economy after Q1 net loss doubled from last year

The CEO of software company Lightspeed Commerce. Inc. says his business has benefited from a return to pre-pandemic activities and shopping habits following COVID-19 restrictions, but he's still watching for a potential downturn.