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Supermodels in tow, Rousteing celebrates 10 years at Balmain

Supermodels in tow, Rousteing celebrates 10 years at Balmain

PARIS (AP) — Naomi Campbell and Carla Bruni returned to the Paris runway to feverish screams to help Olivier Rousteing celebrate his 10-year anniversary at the creative helm of Balmain.
S&P/TSX composite falls again after Tuesday's steep losses despite energy gains

S&P/TSX composite falls again after Tuesday's steep losses despite energy gains

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index followed Tuesday's steep losses by losing more ground at closing as higher bond yields continued to drag down the technology sector and offset continued energy gains.
Evel Knievel's son loses Disney Duke Caboom trademark case

Evel Knievel's son loses Disney Duke Caboom trademark case

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A judge dismissed a trademark infringement lawsuit filed by Evel Knievel’s son a year ago against the Walt Disney Co. and movie company Pixar over a “Toy Story 4” daredevil character named Duke Caboom.
N.S. projects smaller 2021-22 budget deficit, moves to end highway toll

N.S. projects smaller 2021-22 budget deficit, moves to end highway toll

HALIFAX — A provincial budget update for Nova Scotia is estimating a smaller deficit for the 2021-22 fiscal year. Officials are now projecting a deficit of $445 million, down from the forecast of $585 million presented in the March provincial budget.
Flyers, coupons and discounts: 'Sticker shock' changing how Canadians buy groceries

Flyers, coupons and discounts: 'Sticker shock' changing how Canadians buy groceries

HALIFAX — Grocery shopping is taking a bigger bite out of the pocketbooks of Canadians, with new research suggesting supply chain issues and adverse weather conditions are driving up food prices and changing how Canadians shop for groceries.
Banking regulator expects more frequent volatility in financial sector

Banking regulator expects more frequent volatility in financial sector

TORONTO — The head of Canada's banking regulator warned Wednesday of the potential for increased volatility in the global financial system as risks, especially around climate change and digital finances, are on the rise.

Cora teams up with St-Hubert to sell branded breakfast food in grocery stores

SAINTE-THÉRÈSE, Que. — Canada's largest sit-down breakfast chain will begin selling restaurant-branded food in grocery stores next year. Best Brands Ltd., the retail division of the St-Hubert Group Ltd., is teaming with Franchises Cora Inc.

Self-portraits by comic book artists to hang in Uffizi

MILAN (AP) — Italy's Uffizi, the Florence museum that houses some of the Western world’s most famous art, is expanding its collection of self-portraits with works by comic book artists in an effort to broaden its audience, museum director Eike Schmid
Toy industry grapples with supply chain issues ahead of busy holiday shopping season

Toy industry grapples with supply chain issues ahead of busy holiday shopping season

Ahead of the release of the Paw Patrol movie this summer, Toys “R” Us Canada and toy maker Spin Master Corp. did something rarely seen before in the toy industry.
TCI Fund Management raises concerns about resignation of CN director

TCI Fund Management raises concerns about resignation of CN director

MONTREAL — TCI Fund Management Ltd., which is seeking changes at Canadian National Railway Co., is accusing the railway of not disclosing the resignation of Julie Godin from CN's board of directors in an appropriate and timely manner.
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