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Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16,031.01, up 12.15 points) Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) Basic Materials. Down 61 cents, or 4.01 per cent, to $14.60 on 11.7 million shares.
Newmont Mining shares rise after Barrick Gold confirms it's looking at merger

Newmont Mining shares rise after Barrick Gold confirms it's looking at merger

TORONTO — Barrick Gold Corp. shares fell 2.4 per cent Friday after it confirmed reports that it has "reviewed the opportunity" to merge with rival Newmont Mining Corp.
Major North American stock markets rebound; Loonie, oil move higher

Major North American stock markets rebound; Loonie, oil move higher

Major North American indices rebounded at the end of the week as investors regained confidence after closing in the red the day before. The S&P/TSX composite index gained 12.15 points to 16,031.01.
SNC-Lavalin CEO sick of being used as a 'puck in a political hockey game'

SNC-Lavalin CEO sick of being used as a 'puck in a political hockey game'

MONTREAL — Amid an ongoing scandal that has rocked the Liberal government in Ottawa, the head of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. said he's tired of seeing his employees "used as a puck in a political hockey game." "Frankly, they don't deserve it.
Quebecor's TVA to buy Incendo as part of expansion into English-language markets

Quebecor's TVA to buy Incendo as part of expansion into English-language markets

MONTREAL — Quebecor's TVA Group has an agreement to buy the Incendo group, a Montreal-based producer and distributor of television programs for international markets, for about $19.5 million.
Magna says tariffs still a problem, but USMCA could eventually give it a leg up

Magna says tariffs still a problem, but USMCA could eventually give it a leg up

The head of Magna International Inc. says U.S. tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum continue to dent the auto parts maker, but suggested President Donald Trump's move to rev up production lines on U.S. soil could give it an advantage.
Royal Bank hikes dividend as it reports $3.2B net income in first quarter

Royal Bank hikes dividend as it reports $3.2B net income in first quarter

TORONTO — Royal Bank of Canada hiked its dividend and delivered a five per cent bump in quarterly profits despite "challenging market conditions" that weighed on some divisions and higher loan losses due to a "fallen angel" in the U.S.
Alton Gas seeks to remove Aboriginal protesters from Nova Scotia project

Alton Gas seeks to remove Aboriginal protesters from Nova Scotia project

HALIFAX — The company heading a controversial project that would see natural gas stored in huge underground caverns north of Halifax has gone to court to remove Aboriginal protesters from its work site.
Budget carrier Flair Airlines calls abrupt halt to new routes to Florida

Budget carrier Flair Airlines calls abrupt halt to new routes to Florida

KELOWNA, B.C. — Flair Airlines has suspended several flight routes to Florida and California just months after expanding service to U.S. destinations. Citing "disappointing load factors," the ultra-low-cost carrier based in Kelowna, B.C.

Freshii CEO pledges to fix declining sales, other issues plaguing company

The CEO of Freshii Inc. called it "a humbling experience" to face up to what he could have done better leading the restaurant chain over the past two years as it reported a loss and shrinking same-store sales in its most recent quarter.