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Air Canada offers refunds to some passengers with cancelled flights

Air Canada offers refunds to some passengers with cancelled flights

MONTREAL — Air Canada has quietly changed its refund policy to allow some customers whose flights were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic to recoup their cash — but not passengers whose trips originated in Canada.
Saskatchewan calls Ottawa's boost to Quebec, Atlantic tourism 'outrageous'

Saskatchewan calls Ottawa's boost to Quebec, Atlantic tourism 'outrageous'

REGINA — Saskatchewan says it wants in on the federal money Ottawa is sending to eastern tourism industries hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Judge shuts down energy pipeline in Michigan's Great Lakes

Judge shuts down energy pipeline in Michigan's Great Lakes

DETROIT — A judge shut down an energy pipeline in Michigan’s Great Lakes on Thursday, granting a request from the state after the owner reported problems with a support piece far below the surface. Enbridge Inc.

Canadaland employees file for union certification, says CWA Canada

TORONTO — Employees of independent podcast network and news organization Canadaland have filed for union certification.
Baytex restarts most of its suspended wells as crude oil prices bounce back

Baytex restarts most of its suspended wells as crude oil prices bounce back

CALGARY — Baytex Energy Corp. says it is responding to higher oil prices by bringing back on line some of the wells it had shut down in April and May to avoid selling into an oversupplied market.
Sidewalk Labs lays off about 20 workers after T.O. smart city plan collapses

Sidewalk Labs lays off about 20 workers after T.O. smart city plan collapses

NEW YORK — Sidewalk Labs says it has laid off just under 20 workers, a month after abandoning its plan to build a smart city in Toronto.
With Climate Pledge Arena, Amazon puts promise in lights

With Climate Pledge Arena, Amazon puts promise in lights

NEW YORK — Amazon is bringing its climate change message to a new arena. Literally. The company, eager to prove that it’s working to combat climate change, is paying to name a Seattle hockey stadium Climate Pledge Arena.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (15,446.14, up 151.76 points.) Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Industrials. Down half a cent, or 1.12 per cent, to 44 cents on 12.
Anger, frustration over continued closures, mayor of Leamington, Ont., says

Anger, frustration over continued closures, mayor of Leamington, Ont., says

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North American stock markets rise on easing of U.S. banking capital restrictions

North American stock markets rise on easing of U.S. banking capital restrictions

TORONTO — North American stock markets moved higher Thursday as the banking sector was helped by an easing of restrictions on its use of capital. The U.S.
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