Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Most actively traded companies on the TSX
Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (15,298.56, up 74.82 points) Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Healthcare. Down 21 cents, or 2.08 per cent, to $9.90 on 7.8 million shares. Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. (TSX:TRQ). Miner. Down six cents, or 1.43 per cent, to $4.14 on 7.3 million shares. Trevali Mining Corp. (TSX:TV). Miner. Up three cents, or... Read More

Alberta declares ‘definitive victory’ on Trans Mountain appeal in federal court

Alberta declares ‘definitive victory’ on Trans Mountain appeal in federal court
ST. ALBERT, Alta. — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is calling a recent court decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project a definitive victory. The Federal Court of Appeal on Friday dismissed the B.C. government’s bid to challenge a National Energy Board ruling that allows Kinder Morgan Canada to bypass local bylaws during construction of the pipeline expansion which would triple the amount... Read More

Canadian customs facilities in the U.S.? Americans say it could happen soon

Canadian customs facilities in the U.S.? Americans say it could happen soon
WASHINGTON — Canada could soon have its first customs facilities inside the United States, says an American official who cites Florida and Arizona as potential sites for pilot projects in ongoing experiments to modernize the border. This would come decades after American preclearance facilities were first placed at major Canadian airports, where travellers have long cleared customs before flying to the U.S., with the goal of reducing wait times at the... Read More

Online building materials firm completes refinancing, emerges from CCAA process

Online building materials firm completes refinancing, emerges from CCAA process
VANCOUVER — Online building materials seller BuildDirect.com Technologies Inc. says it has completed a refinancing that allows it to emerge from court protection from creditors in Canada and the U.S. five months after it was granted. The Vancouver-based firm says it has raised US$28 million of new funds and converted US$15 million of interim financing for a total of US$43... Read More

Contract ratified: Wage gains, benefits protected for Manitoba Safeway workers

Contract ratified: Wage gains, benefits protected for Manitoba Safeway workers
WINNIPEG — Unionized workers at Safeway stores in Manitoba have ratified a four-year contract that provides pay increases in the third and fourth years and preserves benefits and seniority. The union that represents about 2,200 employees in Winnipeg, Brandon, Thompson, Neepawa and Dauphin says 98 per cent of those who voted on Sunday supported the deal. A tentative agreement with Sobeys had been... Read More

Aimia avoids battle at AGM following deal with its largest shareholder

Aimia avoids battle at AGM following deal with its largest shareholder
MONTREAL — Aimia Inc. has averted a battle with its largest shareholders at its annual meeting next month after reaching an agreement with Mittleman Brothers Investment Management, which had sought changes at the loyalty rewards company. As part of the deal, Philip Mittleman, 47, chief executive and president for Mittleman Brothers LLC, has been nominated to the company’s board as an independent... Read More