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Peladeau family feud to continue after brothers appeal ruling in sister's favour

Peladeau family feud to continue after brothers appeal ruling in sister's favour

MONTREAL — A multimillion-dollar family feud among heirs of Quebecor's founder that's lasted for two decades will continue after Pierre Karl and Erik have decided to appeal a court ruling favouring their sister Anne-Marie.
April auto sales plummet into 'uncharted territory' with 75 per cent drop

April auto sales plummet into 'uncharted territory' with 75 per cent drop

TORONTO — Auto sales crashed in April to levels not seen in decades as restrictions and economic uncertainty around the COVID-19 took hold, DesRosiers Automotive Consultants said Friday.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (14,620.34, down 160.40 points.) Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Industrials. Down half a cent, or 1.02 per cent, to 48.5 cents on 26.
TC Energy says Keystone XL construction continuing despite U.S. court ruling

TC Energy says Keystone XL construction continuing despite U.S. court ruling

CALGARY — Construction work on the Keystone XL pipeline is continuing apace despite a U.S. court ruling last month that invalidated a nationwide permit allowing pipelines to cross waterways, builder TC Energy Corp. said Wednesday.
S&P/TSX composite starts May lower on Trump threat against China for coronavirus

S&P/TSX composite starts May lower on Trump threat against China for coronavirus

TORONTO — After posting its best monthly performance in years, Canada's main stock index started May by trending lower as investors reacted negatively to a U.S. retaliatory threat against China over COVID-19. U.S.
Public companies get more time to file executive pay disclosures with regulators

Public companies get more time to file executive pay disclosures with regulators

TORONTO — Canada's securities commissions are giving public companies more time than usual to file information about their executive compensation, citing the decision to delay some annual shareholder meetings because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Imperial Oil reports $188M loss as COVID-19 hits workers, slows work schedule

Imperial Oil reports $188M loss as COVID-19 hits workers, slows work schedule

CALGARY — Imperial Oil Ltd. is slowing or deferring maintenance work throughout its operations as it tries to ensure employee safety in the wake of a COVID-19 outbreak that has infected 83 workers at its Kearl oilsands mine in northern Alberta.
Cottage communities eye summer season constrained by COVID-19 measures

Cottage communities eye summer season constrained by COVID-19 measures

TORONTO — A springtime trickle of Manitobans entering Ontario to visit their lakeside cottages alarmed Kenora Mayor Daniel Reynard a month ago.
Colliers says 21% of surveyed business tenants asking for rent relief

Colliers says 21% of surveyed business tenants asking for rent relief

VANCOUVER — Real estate firm Colliers International says about one in five commercial tenants surveyed requested April rent relief as the COVID-19 shutdown hit business activity.
Agnico Eagle reports $21.6 million loss on pandemic related mine shutdowns

Agnico Eagle reports $21.6 million loss on pandemic related mine shutdowns

TORONTO — Shares in Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. rose Friday after it released new production guidance and reported a first-quarter loss linked to temporary mine shutdowns to control spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.