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 (16,042.12, down 65.97 points) Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Healthcare. Up $1.10, or 13.95 per cent, to $8.25 on 45.9 million shares. Aphria Inc. (TSX:APH). Healthcare. Up $1.85, or 18.12 per cent, to $12.06 on 9.01 million shares. Fortune Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FT). Miner. Up six cents, or 30.77 per cent, to 25.5... Read More

Grocers seek to restock the industry with innovation

Grocers seek to restock the industry with innovation
Recent Canadian grocery sector layoffs are about redefining business models more than trimming costs By Sylvain Charlebois Senior Fellow Atlantic Institute for Market Studies Downsizing is never easy. And just weeks before the festive season, reducing staff is bad for morale. But industry changes are forcing Canada’s grocers to rethink store structures, including staffing. Metro let 250 people go recently.... Read More

Enbridge reaches deal with Michigan on underwater Great Lakes pipeline

Enbridge reaches deal with Michigan on underwater Great Lakes pipeline
CALGARY — Enbridge Inc. says it has reached a deal with the State of Michigan on the aging Line 5 pipelines that run along the bottom of a channel between Lakes Huron and Michigan. The twin pipelines were laid in 1953 and have raised increasing concerns about the potential impacts on the Great Lakes if the 540,000-barrel-a-day pipeline were to leak. The Calgary-based energy... Read More

End of NAFTA would trim 0.55 per cent off Canada’s economy, report finds

End of NAFTA would trim 0.55 per cent off Canada’s economy, report finds
OTTAWA — A new report concludes the end of the North American Free Trade Agreement would trim just over half a percentage point from Canada’s economy. It finds that the end of NAFTA would shave 0.55 per cent off Canada’s GDP, push 25,000-50,000 Canadians from the workforce, and reduce exports by 2.8 per cent. The report comes from Dan Ciuriak,... Read More