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Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (18.729.66, down 104.50 points.) Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX). Materials. Down 24 cents, or 1.1 per cent, to $22.45 on 14.
Sunwing rejects union claim it bargained in bad faith by staying mum on WestJet deal

Sunwing rejects union claim it bargained in bad faith by staying mum on WestJet deal

TORONTO — Sunwing Airlines Inc. is rejecting a claim by pilots that it bargained in bad faith by opting not to disclose a forthcoming acquisition by WestJet.
S&P/TSX composite bounces back but still falls on crude, metals weakness

S&P/TSX composite bounces back but still falls on crude, metals weakness

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index bounced back near the end of day to avoid its weakest close in 15 months, but still ended down on commodity weakness with crude oil and metals sinking on recession fears.
A timeline of key events in the Rogers-Shaw deal

A timeline of key events in the Rogers-Shaw deal

TORONTO — The merger saga of Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc. continues as two days of talks with the Competition Bureau failed to resolve the watchdog's objections to the companies' proposed deal.
Fed: Sharply higher rates may be needed to quell inflation

Fed: Sharply higher rates may be needed to quell inflation

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve officials were concerned at their meeting last month that consumers were increasingly anticipating higher inflation, and they signaled that much higher interest rates could be needed to restrain it.
Montreal home sales drop 11% since last year: Quebec brokers association

Montreal home sales drop 11% since last year: Quebec brokers association

MONTREAL — The Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers says June's Montreal home sales dropped 11 per cent since the same time last year, but the market is still favouring sellers.
Telus Corp. marks opening of Telus Sky in downtown Calgary

Telus Corp. marks opening of Telus Sky in downtown Calgary

CALGARY — Telus Corp. marked the opening of its new 60-storey Calgary headquarters on Wednesday. The new $400-million skyscraper, Telus Sky, has been in development for nine years and is now the third-tallest building in downtown Calgary.
Tidewater pleads guilty to 2019 acidic water release

Tidewater pleads guilty to 2019 acidic water release

CALGARY — Tidewater Midstream and Infrastructure Ltd. has pleaded guilty to a charge related to the company's release of acidic water in west-central Alberta in October 2019.
CMHC says residential mortgage debt grew last year by fastest pace since 2008

CMHC says residential mortgage debt grew last year by fastest pace since 2008

OTTAWA — Residential mortgage debt grew last year by the fastest pace since 2008 says a new report from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Cracks in pandemic recovery to weigh on Canadian household finances, study says

Cracks in pandemic recovery to weigh on Canadian household finances, study says

New research paints a sombre outlook for Canadian household finances as inflation takes a bite out of real wages and rising interest rates mute economic growth.