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Food safety regulator cancels licences of 3 companies in massive meat recall

Food safety regulator cancels licences of 3 companies in massive meat recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has cancelled the licenses of three companies tied to a massive meat recall that ensnared nearly 900 beef and veal products, stopping the companies from slaughtering animals or preparing meat products "effective im

B.C. commits $50 million to improve Internet in rural and Indigenous communities

100 MILE HOUSE, B.C. — The British Columbia government will contribute $50 million to an ongoing internet connectivity program to bring high-speed services to rural, remote and Indigenous communities.

Centerra halts Kumtor operations as search continues for miners after rockslide

TORONTO — Centerra Gold Inc. says a search continues for two workers after a "significant rock movement" in a waste rock dump at its Kumtor mine in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Toronto stock index falls along with U.S. markets as trade tensions rise

Toronto stock index falls along with U.S. markets as trade tensions rise

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index dropped Monday to start the month down along with U.S. markets as trade tensions rose. The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 58.73 points at 16,981.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

TORONTO - Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16,981.47, down 58.73 points.) Continental Gold Inc. (TSX:CNL). Mining. Up 52 cents, or 10.68 per cent, to $5.39 on 21.7 million shares.
Husky Energy confirms 370 job cuts as it trims 2020-21 spending by $500 million

Husky Energy confirms 370 job cuts as it trims 2020-21 spending by $500 million

CALGARY — About 370 jobs have been cut at Husky Energy Inc. this year with most of the reductions coming in a major round of layoffs in October, CEO Rob Peabody revealed on a conference call Monday to discuss the company's guidance for 2020 and 2021.
US manufacturing contracts for fourth straight month

US manufacturing contracts for fourth straight month

WASHINGTON — U.S. manufacturing output deteriorated for the fourth consecutive month, damaged by trade conflicts and a weakening global economy.
Chinese firm buying Continental Gold

Chinese firm buying Continental Gold

TORONTO — A Chinese mining company has signed a friendly deal to buy Continental Gold Inc. for $1.4 billion. Zijin Mining Group Co. Ltd. has agreed to pay $5.
US construction spending falls 0.8% in October

US construction spending falls 0.8% in October

WASHINGTON — Spending on U.S. construction projects fell 0.8% in October, dragged down by declines in apartment and multi-family homebuilding.
Ballroom dancers say immigration clampdown hurting business

Ballroom dancers say immigration clampdown hurting business

ORANGE, Conn. — When no Americans replied to her ads seeking a dance instructor, studio owner Chris Sabourin looked overseas.