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Employees want more than lip service when it comes to mental health support: Experts

Employees want more than lip service when it comes to mental health support: Experts

TORONTO — Bhagyashri Pawar was surprised to see a previous employer make headlines last year for its investments in mental health programs for its staff.
Canadian Natural Resources boosts capex budget to $4.3 billion for 2022

Canadian Natural Resources boosts capex budget to $4.3 billion for 2022

CALGARY — Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. says it expects about $4.3 billion in capital spending this year, up from nearly $3.5 billion in 2021. The company says its plan includes $3.

TransAlta replacing turbine foundations at New Brunswick wind farm

CALGARY — TransAlta Renewables Inc. says it will have to replace all 50 turbine foundations at a wind farm in New Brunswick where a tower collapsed last year.
Chicago union leaders OK plan to resume in-person class

Chicago union leaders OK plan to resume in-person class

CHICAGO (AP) — Students are poised to return to Chicago Public Schools after leaders of the teachers union approved a plan with the nation's third-largest district late Monday over COVID-19 safety protocols, ending a bitter standoff that canceled cla
Rogers appoints Staffieri as permanent president and chief executive

Rogers appoints Staffieri as permanent president and chief executive

TORONTO — Rogers Communications Inc. has appointed Tony Staffieri permanent president and chief executive officer, effective immediately. Staffieri had been interim CEO since Nov. 16, when Rogers says its board of directors began an executive search.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (21,072.32, down 12.13 points.) Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Energy. Up 13 cents, or 0.4 per cent, to $33.71 on 10 million shares.
North American stock markets rally from early losses but end day mostly lower

North American stock markets rally from early losses but end day mostly lower

TORONTO — The rocky start to the year continued on Monday as North American stock markets mostly fell but improved as the day wore on. The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 12.13 points to 21,072.32 after hitting an intraday low of 20,790.89.
Nova Scotia utility paid $205 million for replacement fuel after Muskrat Falls delays

Nova Scotia utility paid $205 million for replacement fuel after Muskrat Falls delays

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's power utility has released figures indicating $205.5 million was spent on replacement fuels over the past four years because of delays to Newfoundland and Labrador's Muskrat Falls hydro project.
Tilray to amp up push for more market share after reporting $6M net income in Q2

Tilray to amp up push for more market share after reporting $6M net income in Q2

The scores of new entrants to the cannabis market combined with plunging prices have resulted in an "unsustainable" situation, Tilray Inc. executives say, but one they feel their company can weather.
Frank Hasenfratz, founder and executive chairman of Linamar, dead at 86

Frank Hasenfratz, founder and executive chairman of Linamar, dead at 86

Frank Hasenfratz, a Hungarian immigrant who founded Linamar Corp. and built it into a booming auto parts maker, has died. He was 86. The Guelph, Ont. company said that Hasenfratz, who had cancer, died Saturday surrounded by his family.