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Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (18,719.22, down 33.36 points.) TC Energy Corp. (TSX:TRP). Energy. Down four cents, or 0.7 per cent, to $60.01 on 16.9 million shares.
Complaints about internet service quality up 50 per cent in 2020-21: Report

Complaints about internet service quality up 50 per cent in 2020-21: Report

OTTAWA — Customer complaints about internet service quality soared 50 per cent during the latter half of 2020 compared with the pre-pandemic levels a year earlier, according to a new ombudsman's report.
Securities regulators publish guidance for cryptocurrency asset trading platforms

Securities regulators publish guidance for cryptocurrency asset trading platforms

TORONTO — Canadian securities organizations have unveiled guidance around how trading platforms for cryptocurrencies should be regulated as digital token and crypto assets keep growing in popularity.

Suez Canal blockage could lead to delays, higher shipping prices, experts say

The blockage in the Suez Canal will put upward pressure on global shipping prices but will have a marginal effect on Canadian consumers, aside from potential delays for shipments of certain items, experts say.
AP sources: SolarWinds hack got emails of top DHS officials

AP sources: SolarWinds hack got emails of top DHS officials

Suspected Russian hackers gained access to email accounts belonging to the Trump administration's head of the Department of Homeland Security and members of the department's cybersecurity staff whose jobs included hunting threats from foreign countri
MPs hammer Shaw, Rogers executives about proposed combination of telecom carriers

MPs hammer Shaw, Rogers executives about proposed combination of telecom carriers

TORONTO — MPs grilled executives of Shaw Communications and Rogers Communications Inc. on Monday after the telecom CEOs said a combination of the two companies will increase competition and ultimately benefit Canadians.
WHO report: COVID likely 1st jumped into humans from animals

WHO report: COVID likely 1st jumped into humans from animals

GENEVA — A joint World Health Organization-China study on the origins of COVID-19 says that transmission of the virus from bats to humans through another animal is the most likely scenario and that a lab leak is “extremely unlikely,” according to a d
Happy Monday? England embarks on major easing of lockdown

Happy Monday? England embarks on major easing of lockdown

LONDON — It's been dubbed Happy Monday — the day people could put on a bathing suit and swim in an outdoor pool for the first time in months, or rusty golfers strove to hit their drives down the middle of the fairway.
48North Cannabis lays off 20% of staff, cuts outdoor growing facility

48North Cannabis lays off 20% of staff, cuts outdoor growing facility

TORONTO — 48North Cannabis Corp. will lay off about 20 per cent of its staff as it ends outdoor cultivation at an Ontario facility.
Southwest Airlines orders 100 Boeing 737 Max planes

Southwest Airlines orders 100 Boeing 737 Max planes

DALLAS — Southwest Airlines said Monday it is expanding its all-Boeing fleet with an order for 100 Max jets instead of buying planes from Europe's Airbus. Southwest ordered the 150-seat 737 Max 7 and expects the first 30 to show up next year.