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Newfoundland and Labrador government appoints mediator in ongoing Dominion strike

Newfoundland and Labrador government appoints mediator in ongoing Dominion strike

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The Newfoundland and Labrador government has appointed a mediator in the ongoing labour dispute between the province's striking Dominion grocery workers and Loblaw Companies Ltd., the company they work for.
Dorel shareholder pushes back at plan to take company private

Dorel shareholder pushes back at plan to take company private

MONTREAL — The second-largest shareholder of Dorel Industries says it won't support a proposal to take the company private under the terms offered Monday. Montreal-based investment firm Letko, Brosseau & Associates Inc says it controls about 13.

Ferrari profit steady as it recovers lost lockdown output

MILAN — Luxury sportscar maker Ferrari on Tuesday reported its profits remained flat in the third quarter as it recovers lost production from the coronavirus shutdown.

Golf generated $18.2 billion in economic benefits for Canada in 2019 : report

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Canada's golf industry generated $18.2 billion in economic benefits across the country in 2019, according to a recent analysis. The report was produced by Group ATN Consulting Inc. on behalf of the National Allied Golf Associations.
Bausch Health reports US$71-million Q3 profit, revenue down from year ago

Bausch Health reports US$71-million Q3 profit, revenue down from year ago

LAVAL, Que. — Bausch Health Companies Inc. reported a profit of US$71 million for its third-quarter compared with a loss of US$49 million in the same quarter last year as revenue was hurt by the pandemic.
Asia Today: New Delhi sees worst wave as India's cases drop

Asia Today: New Delhi sees worst wave as India's cases drop

NEW DELHI — India's capital is seeing its worst wave of coronavirus infections since the start of the pandemic, even as the nation's overall cases fall.
Hong Kong leader heads to Beijing to seek economic aid

Hong Kong leader heads to Beijing to seek economic aid

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam was travelling to Beijing on Tuesday to meet with Chinese officials to seek help in reviving Hong Kong’s economy and discuss reopening the borders with mainland China as coronavirus infections in her city dwindle.
Le Chateau liquidation starts with discounts available at stores and online

Le Chateau liquidation starts with discounts available at stores and online

MONTREAL — The liquidation of Le Chateau is underway, with discounts of 20 to 40 per cent available at all 121 stores and online.

Nutrien takes $587-million loss on phosphate fertilizer impairment charge

SASKATOON — Nutrien Ltd. is reporting a third-quarter net loss of US$587 million thanks mainly to an US$823-million writedown in the value of its phosphate fertilizer operations. The Saskatoon-based company, which reports its results in U.S.
Recipe for relaunching aerospace sector missing public support, sector report says

Recipe for relaunching aerospace sector missing public support, sector report says

MONTREAL — The aerospace industry is calling for government funding to help it weather the turbulence caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, even as some in the sector say it must also work to change public perceptions and rally taxpayers to its cause.