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Pembina Pipeline third-quarter net profit decreases 14 per cent to $318 million

CALGARY — Pembina Pipeline Corp. says its net income decreased 14 per cent to $318 million in the third quarter. The Calgary-based company says it earned 51 cents per diluted share for the three months ended Sept.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16,298.17, up 299.43 points.) Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB). Energy. Up 57 cents, or 1.56 per cent, to $37.12 on 19.4 million shares.

Home renovation demand credited for 26 per cent increase in revenue for CanWel

VANCOUVER — CanWel Building Materials Group Ltd. is reporting higher third-quarter revenue and earnings on strong demand and prices for its construction material products thanks to surging home improvement activities.
Bombardier faces U.K. fraud investigation over plane contracts for Garuda

Bombardier faces U.K. fraud investigation over plane contracts for Garuda

Bombardier Inc. says it has launched an internal review after Britain's Serious Fraud Office confirmed it is investigating the aircraft maker over suspected bribery and corruption related to plane orders for Garuda International.
GM pickup truck production to return to Oshawa plant with new Unifor deal

GM pickup truck production to return to Oshawa plant with new Unifor deal

TORONTO — General Motors Corp. plans to reopen its Oshawa, Ont., assembly plant, invest up to $1.
Canadian Press NewsAlert: Ontario government presents $187B pandemic-era budget

Canadian Press NewsAlert: Ontario government presents $187B pandemic-era budget

TORONTO — Ontario will spend a record $187 billion this year as it lays out a plan to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, with money earmarked for the health-care sector, to support for seniors living at home and to subsidize electricity rates for bu
Resolute Forest Products chief executive Yves Laflamme to retire next year

Resolute Forest Products chief executive Yves Laflamme to retire next year

Resolute Forest Products chief executive Yves Laflamme will retire next year and be replaced by chief financial officer Remi Lalonde, the company announced Thursday.
Alberta auditor flags $1.6B in government accounting blunders, oversight problems

Alberta auditor flags $1.6B in government accounting blunders, oversight problems

EDMONTON — Alberta’s auditor general has flagged $1.6 billion worth of accounting blunders along with other oversight problems by Premier Jason Kenney’s government.
Highlights from the Ontario budget unveiled Thursday

Highlights from the Ontario budget unveiled Thursday

Ontario's Progressive Conservative government presented their first pandemic-era budget Thursday.
Quebecor open to bundling its Fizz wireless with a partner company's land network

Quebecor open to bundling its Fizz wireless with a partner company's land network

MONTREAL — Quebecor Inc.