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May 1, 2020
Ontario government allowing some businesses to reopen on May 4

Ford said today's announcement marks an "important starting point" in Ontario's path to reopening the economy.

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The Associated Press
October 13, 2021
CTVNews
The White House said Wednesday it has helped broker an agreement for the Port of Los Angeles to become a 24-hour, seven-days-a-week operation, part of an effort to relieve supply chain bottlenecks and move stranded container ships that are driving prices higher for U.S. consumers.
CNN
October 13, 2021
CTVNews
Hasbro chairman and CEO Brian Goldner has died, according to the company. His death comes shortly after Hasbro announced he would take a leave of absence for cancer treatment.
The Associated Press
October 13, 2021
CTVNews
Shares were mixed in Asia on Wednesday as traders waited for updates on inflation and corporate earnings.
The Associated Press
October 13, 2021
CTVNews
China's import and export growth slowed in September amid shipping bottlenecks and other disruptions combined with coronavirus outbreaks, according to customs data reported Wednesday.
The Associated Press
October 13, 2021
CTVNews
When Southwest Airlines cancelled more than 2,000 flights over the weekend, citing bad weather and air traffic control issues, unsupported claims blaming vaccine mandates began taking off.
CTV News Edmonton
October 12, 2021
Edmonton
The Alberta government has launched an app businesses can use to scan COVID-19 vaccine QR codes.
Colin D'Mello
October 12, 2021
Toronto
Ontario restaurateurs are expressing their frustration with the provincial government after a cabinet minister failed to attend a meeting to discuss capacity limits in the hospitality industry, and staff asked attendees not to raise their concerns in the media.
The Canadian Press
October 12, 2021
CTVNews
Opponents of Line 5 want the White House to reject Canada's bilateral effort to prevent a Michigan judge from shutting down the cross-border pipeline.
The Associated Press
October 12, 2021
CTVNews
Southwest Airlines flights appeared to be running closer to normal on Tuesday after the airline cancelled nearly 2,400 flights over the previous three days.
Tom Yun
October 12, 2021
CTVNews
Zellers is back in the form of a pop-up shop at one Bay store in Ontario. But experts are divided over whether the pop-up could bring the long-gone discount retail brand back to life.
Josh Scott
October 12, 2021
BetaKit
Toronto and Montreal-based healthtech startup KixCare has raised $2 million CAD in seed funding to give more Canadian families access to timely pediatric care.
Jonathan MacInnis
October 10, 2021
Atlantic
Farmers in Nova Scotia say nearly perfect growing conditions have produced bumper crops of fruit and vegetables this summer, but a shortage of workers could lead to some of those crops staying in the fields.
CNN
October 10, 2021
CTVNews
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said the company will roll out the latest beta version of its 'full self-driving' software to 1,000 owners this weekend.
The Associated Press
October 9, 2021
CTVNews
Lebanon's two main power plants were forced to shut down after running out of fuel, the state electricity company said Saturday, leaving the small country with no government-produced power.
Reuters
October 9, 2021
CTVNews
Britain's most energy intensive manufacturers, including producers of steel, glass, ceramics and paper, have warned the government that unless something is done about soaring wholesale gas prices they could be forced to shut down production.
The Associated Press
October 9, 2021
CTVNews
A spotlight that has been thrown on how many of the rich and powerful shield their wealth is also intensifying a fear among philanthropy experts: That the tax havens being used by the wealthy will increasingly siphon money away from charitable causes.
The Canadian Press
October 8, 2021
CTVNews
From coast to coast this fall, businesses that have already dealt with surging prices on everything from heating to building supplies to labour are now facing a new headwind - the price at the pump.
The Associated Press
October 8, 2021
CTVNews
Former U.S. President Donald Trump's company lost more than US$70 million on his Washington, D.C., hotel during his four years in office despite taking in millions from foreign governments, according to documents released Friday by a congressional committee investigating his business.
The Associated Press
October 8, 2021
CTVNews
U.S. stocks are opening mixed on Friday after a disappointing jobs report thudded onto Wall Street and raised questions about whether the Federal Reserve will change its timeline to pare back its support for markets.
The Associated Press
October 8, 2021
CTVNews
Ireland has agreed to join an international agreement establishing a minimum corporate tax of 15 per cent around the world, ditching the low-tax policy that has led companies like Google and Facebook to base their European operations in the country.
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