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Cruise stranded by virus fears ends with roses in Cambodia

Cruise stranded by virus fears ends with roses in Cambodia

SIHANOUKVILLE, Cambodia — After being stranded at sea for two weeks because five ports refused to allow their cruise ship to dock, the passengers of the MS Westerdam were anything but sure their ordeal was finally over.
United and American push back expected return of Boeing Max

United and American push back expected return of Boeing Max

CHICAGO — United Airlines and American Airlines said Friday they are removing the grounded Boeing 737 Max from their schedules longer than previously planned, which means thousands more flights will be cancelled during the peak summer travel season.
Anti-pipeline protest in Mi'kmaq community shuts down rail line in eastern Quebec

Anti-pipeline protest in Mi'kmaq community shuts down rail line in eastern Quebec

MONTREAL — The president of a railway company in eastern Quebec says anti-pipeline protesters blocking the rail line in a First Nations community are costing his company about $15,000 a day in revenue.
Peter Nygard accused of sexual assault by 10 women in class-action lawsuit

Peter Nygard accused of sexual assault by 10 women in class-action lawsuit

Ten women have filed a class-action lawsuit against Canadian clothing mogul Peter Nygard, accusing him of sexual assault and sex trafficking over a decades-long period.
North American markets flat to end second-consecutive positive week since virus

North American markets flat to end second-consecutive positive week since virus

TORONTO — North American stock markets were relatively flat Friday to end a second consecutive positive week since being hammered by concerns about the impact of the novel coronavirus.
Industry warns of empty shelves as CN rail blockade reaches ninth day

Industry warns of empty shelves as CN rail blockade reaches ninth day

MONTREAL — Industry players are warning governments that shortages of groceries, propane, drinking water and other goods are on the horizon as a rail blockade by anti-pipeline protesters enters its ninth day.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (17,848.36, up 27.19 points.) Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Industrials. Down two cents, or 1.2 per cent, to $1.65 on 17.7 million shares.
Canopy Growth says more cost cuts coming as it reports $124.17M loss

Canopy Growth says more cost cuts coming as it reports $124.17M loss

SMITHS FALLS, Ont. — Canopy Growth Corp. is planning further cost cutting as it works to achieve positive cash flow and profitability, the cannabis producer's new chief executive said Friday as it reported a $124.
MTY Food Group delays Q4 results after alleged whistleblower complaint

MTY Food Group delays Q4 results after alleged whistleblower complaint

MONTREAL — Quebec-based fast food restaurant chain MTY Food Group Inc. is delaying the release of its quarterly results citing allegations made by a whistleblower employee.
Cape Breton coal mine stops production after second roof fall in two weeks

Cape Breton coal mine stops production after second roof fall in two weeks

DONKIN, N.S. — A coal mine in Cape Breton has stopped production after a roof collapse in the same area where another rockfall occurred less than two weeks ago.