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Regulators revisit environmental review for Line 3 pipeline

Regulators revisit environmental review for Line 3 pipeline

ST. PAUL, Minn.
Delta, American and United suspend flights between US, China

Delta, American and United suspend flights between US, China

NEW YORK — Delta, American and United said Friday they will suspend all flights between the U.S.
Amazon is big ... really, really big; workforce hits 500K

Amazon is big ... really, really big; workforce hits 500K

NEW YORK — Need more proof that Amazon is big? It came this week. Amazon's U.S. workforce has topped 500,000 for the first time, up 43% from the year before and more than triple what it was five years ago, the company said Friday.
Canada's internet code of conduct goes into effect for 10 big service providers

Canada's internet code of conduct goes into effect for 10 big service providers

TORONTO — Canada's 10 largest internet service providers will be required to make their contract terms and pricing easier to understand under a new mandatory code of behaviour that went into effect Friday.
North American stock markets have worst day in months on virus worries

North American stock markets have worst day in months on virus worries

TORONTO — North American stock markets had their worst day in months Friday on concerns about the growing impact of the new coronavirus. Markets ended a poor week in which all the gains in January in the U.S.
CN Rail workers ratify collective agreement that focuses on employee fatigue

CN Rail workers ratify collective agreement that focuses on employee fatigue

MONTREAL — Teamsters Canada says rail workers have approved a three-year collective agreement with Canadian National Railway Co.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (17,318.49, down 172.07 points.) Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE). Energy. Down eight cents, or 5.26 per cent, to $1.44 on 34.
Northern Pulp workers finish final shifts as plant put in 'hibernation'

Northern Pulp workers finish final shifts as plant put in 'hibernation'

HALIFAX — The majority of the approximately 230 unionized workers at the Northern Pulp mill finished their final shifts on Friday, with 60 employees remaining to put the Nova Scotia factory into "hibernation.
Dow to build Alberta ethylene plant expansion for more than US$200 million

Dow to build Alberta ethylene plant expansion for more than US$200 million

CALGARY — U.S. chemical producer Dow Inc. has approved an expansion of its Alberta petrochemical facilities expected to cost between US$200 million and US$225 million.
Quebec billionaire Lawrence Stroll acquires stake in Aston Martin

Quebec billionaire Lawrence Stroll acquires stake in Aston Martin

A consortium that includes Quebec billionaires Lawrence Stroll and Andre Desmarais is taking a significant stake in British car manufacturer Aston Martin — a move expected to have repercussions in the Formula One world.