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Airline prices, concentration key concerns driving Competition Bureau scrutiny

Airline prices, concentration key concerns driving Competition Bureau scrutiny

Market concentration, higher prices and a mounting tally of customer complaints are fuelling a Competition Bureau study into Canada's airline industry.
Postmedia selling the Winnipeg Sun, the Graphic Leader, and Kenora Miner & News

Postmedia selling the Winnipeg Sun, the Graphic Leader, and Kenora Miner & News

TORONTO — Postmedia Network Canada Corp. says it has signed a deal to sell the Winnipeg Sun, the Graphic Leader, and Kenora Miner & News newspapers to the Klein Group Ltd.
CAE Inc. posts $484.3 million loss, says risk profile more balanced after changes

CAE Inc. posts $484.3 million loss, says risk profile more balanced after changes

MONTREAL — CAE Inc. says it lost $484.3 million in its fourth quarter, compared with profits of $101.9 million a year earlier. The Montreal-based flight simulator maker says revenues for the quarter ended March 31 were $1.1 billion, down from $1.
Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (22,373.38, up 52.51 points): Fortune Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FT). Mining. Up three cents, or 33.33 per cent, to 12 cents on 10.
S&P/TSX composite posts small gain Monday, loonie also higher

S&P/TSX composite posts small gain Monday, loonie also higher

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index posted a small gain Monday, helped by strength in energy and industrial stocks. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 52.51 points at 22,373.38. With U.S.
Flying taxis, drones spark high hopes — and safety worries — among Canadians

Flying taxis, drones spark high hopes — and safety worries — among Canadians

Canadians feel both "optimism and concern" over the prospect of flying cars and drones whizzing between remote communities and above city blocks, a new report says.
Indigo Books & Music shareholders vote to approve privatization sale

Indigo Books & Music shareholders vote to approve privatization sale

TORONTO — Indigo Books & Music Inc. shareholders have voted to approve a deal that will see the retailer become a private company. Shareholders voted Monday in favour of a $2.50 per share offer from Trilogy Retail Holdings Inc.
As retailer Indigo heads toward privatization, a look at its history

As retailer Indigo heads toward privatization, a look at its history

TORONTO — Shareholders of Indigo Books and Music Inc. voted on Monday to approve a deal that will take the retailer private. Here is a look back at some of the memorable moments from its history.
Court greenlights class action lawsuit against Bombardier

Court greenlights class action lawsuit against Bombardier

MONTREAL — A Quebec judge is authorizing a class action from shareholders against Bombardier Inc. over claims that the plane maker presented a false picture of its financial situation in 2018, a turbulent year that saw its share price tank.
Federal government's voluntary AI code of conduct gets eight more signatories

Federal government's voluntary AI code of conduct gets eight more signatories

OTTAWA — Eight more organizations have signed on to the federal government's voluntary code of conduct for artificial intelligence.