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Friday, July 23, 2021

Toronto stocks lower on broad-based decline, U.S. stocks also sink

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TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was lower in late-morning trading, hit by a broad-based decline including losses in the key industrial, material and...
COVID-19

Ontario Helps Municipalities and Indigenous Partners Respond to COVID-19

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Province delivers more social services relief funding to protect the vulnerable TORONTO - The Ontario government is allocating an additional $120 million to help municipalities...

TSX drops more than 100 points as NAFTA negotiations fail to meet deadline

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Toronto's main stock index dropped more than 100 points as Canada and the U.S. failed to reach a trade agreement by President Donald Trump's...

Connecting Links come up again at council

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Councilor Joe Krmpotich wants the province to continue its funding of connection links like in 2015 and previous years. 1.6-Million annually was what the province...

Good weather seen as key to success as Ontario eases restaurant rules, patios open

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Outdoor dining is now permitted everywhere in Ontario, a change observers say gives restaurateurs a "light at the end of the tunnel." "It gets restaurants...

S&P/TSX composite edges down after record close, U.S. stock markets up

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TORONTO — Canada's main stock index edged lower in early trading after setting a record close Thursday, while U.S. stock markets continued to march...

Doug Ford slams federal carbon tax that takes effect in four provinces today

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TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford says there's no reason to believe Canadians will recoup the cost of the federal carbon tax that takes...

Overpaid workers will only pay back ‘net’ amounts under proposed new tax rules

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OTTAWA — The federal government says it's preparing to address one of the key tax issues that has caused massive headaches for government employees...

S&P/TSX composite edges higher in early trading, U.S. stock markets down

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TORONTO — Canada's main stock index edged higher in early trading, helped by gains in the energy and base metal sectors, while U.S. stock...
Canada Politics

Three ways politics touched us this week

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OTTAWA - Cynicism snaked through the corridors of Parliament Hill this week, lurking behind two competing claims of tolerance. A Conservative motion to condemn all...
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