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Sale of Heartland Petrochemical Complex one option under review: Inter Pipeline CEO

CALGARY — The CEO of Inter Pipeline Ltd.
Coastal GasLink bringing back pipeline workers after pandemic plan approved

Coastal GasLink bringing back pipeline workers after pandemic plan approved

CALGARY — TC Energy Corp. says it is gradually bringing back workers on its Coastal GasLink pipeline project in B.C. after health authorities approved its plan to deal with risks of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health Canada recalls new Toro snowblower over amputation hazard

Health Canada recalls new Toro snowblower over amputation hazard

OTTAWA — A Toro snowblower has been recalled in Canada and the United States due to an amputation hazard. The recall applies to the 2021 Toro Power Max 826 OHAE, model 37802, sold between November and January.
Investing ABCs: Teaching your kids about money and markets

Investing ABCs: Teaching your kids about money and markets

The recent stock market mania over the video game company GameStop, which this week was scrutinized by Congress, has provided a teachable moment for kids.
'It is very up in the air': Toronto small businesses weary from pandemic uncertainty

'It is very up in the air': Toronto small businesses weary from pandemic uncertainty

TORONTO — Trinh Ngo misses the days when her two Juxtapose gift and home goods stores would be teeming with customers sniffing candles and testing hand lotions.
Nearly two-thirds of small businesses would use rapid testing of employees: survey

Nearly two-thirds of small businesses would use rapid testing of employees: survey

OTTAWA — Nearly two-thirds of Canadian small businesses would consider using rapid testing to screen employees if it would help their business to stay open, says a recent survey.
Magna International raises dividend as Q4 profit and revenue rise

Magna International raises dividend as Q4 profit and revenue rise

TORONTO — Shares of Magna International Inc. rose more than eight per cent by mid-day Friday, after executives said the auto parts maker can grow despite a computer chip shortage plaguing the auto industry.
Clandestine haircuts and manicures: underground economy a pandemic problem

Clandestine haircuts and manicures: underground economy a pandemic problem

An underground economy that's expanded during Ontario's stay-at-home order hurts public finances and could be contributing to the spread of COVID-19, public health officials and experts said.
Government funding announced for harbourfront development in Saint John, N.B.

Government funding announced for harbourfront development in Saint John, N.B.

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The federal, provincial and municipal governments announced $24 million Friday to prepare the former coast guard property on the waterfront in Saint John, N.B., for redevelopment.
UK top court gives Uber drivers benefits in landmark ruling

UK top court gives Uber drivers benefits in landmark ruling

LONDON — Uber drivers in Britain should be classed as “workers" and not self-employed, the U.K. Supreme Court ruled Friday, in a decision that threatens the company's business model and holds broader implications for the so-called gig economy.