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Most actively traded companies on the TSX

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16,939.61, down 11.09 points.) Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Industrials. Down four cents, or 2.08 per cent, to $1.88 on 9.
Customer headaches persist over Air Canada booking system ahead of travel season

Customer headaches persist over Air Canada booking system ahead of travel season

MONTREAL — More than three weeks after Air Canada launched a new booking system, customers continue to encounter headaches on the cusp of holiday travel season. The airline introduced the reservation system on Nov.
OSC grants standing to Catalyst's application against HBC takeover bid

OSC grants standing to Catalyst's application against HBC takeover bid

The Ontario Securities Commission will hear a minority shareholder's application to block a privatization bid for Hudson's Bay Co.
Poll finds most Canadians want Huawei barred from the country's 5G networks

Poll finds most Canadians want Huawei barred from the country's 5G networks

VANCOUVER — A new survey says Canadian public opinion is solidly against allowing Huawei as a supplier for the new generation of ultra-fast wireless networks that are being built by the country's telecommunications companies.
Fed leaves low rates alone and foresees no moves in 2020

Fed leaves low rates alone and foresees no moves in 2020

WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve left its benchmark interest rate alone Wednesday and signalled that it expects to keep low rates unchanged through next year. The Fed's decision follows three rate cuts earlier this year.
Canada's maple syrup production reaches record high while honey output drops

Canada's maple syrup production reaches record high while honey output drops

OTTAWA — Production of two natural Canadian sweeteners moved in opposite directions last season, with maple syrup output reaching a record high and honey volume dropping to its lowest level in several years.
Canadian auto employment up one per cent as of third quarter, says analyst

Canadian auto employment up one per cent as of third quarter, says analyst

TORONTO — An automotive industry analyst says that despite reported doom and gloom about the sector, average employment in the industry at the end of the third quarter was up one per cent compared with a year ago.
Thunberg accuses leaders of 'creative PR' at climate talks

Thunberg accuses leaders of 'creative PR' at climate talks

MADRID — Activist Greta Thunberg on Wednesday accused governments and businesses of misleading the public by holding climate talks that are not achieving real action against the world's “climate emergency.
WestJet shareholders won't get December dividend as Onex acquisition closes

WestJet shareholders won't get December dividend as Onex acquisition closes

CALGARY — WestJet Airlines Ltd. shareholders won't be receiving a quarterly dividend this month after Onex Corp. announced the completion of its acquisition of the Calgary-based airline.
Chevron move to exit Kitimat LNG project a dash of 'cold water' for gas industry

Chevron move to exit Kitimat LNG project a dash of 'cold water' for gas industry

CALGARY — The decision by Chevron Corp. to try to sell its 50 per cent stake in the Kitimat LNG project on the B.C. coast throws a symbolic dash of "long-dated cold water" on growth in the Canadian natural gas industry, an analysis says.