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A list of Canadian discount airlines that have left the skies since 2000

A list of Canadian discount airlines that have left the skies since 2000

It's not easy to make a go of it as an upstart airline in Canada.
Why do so many discount airlines fold? Lynx Air is latest in a line of failures

Why do so many discount airlines fold? Lynx Air is latest in a line of failures

Lynx Air ceased to fly this week, the latest in a long line of discount carriers to bite the departures dust — brought down in part by stiff competition, high fees and Canada’s vast geography.
Pension funds improving modestly on climate but still too slow: report

Pension funds improving modestly on climate but still too slow: report

TORONTO — Canada's largest public pension funds are showing modest improvements on climate action but are moving too slowly overall, says a new report by a climate advocacy group.
Some bundled wireless plans not as cheap as before Rogers-Shaw merger: watchdog

Some bundled wireless plans not as cheap as before Rogers-Shaw merger: watchdog

Certain cellphone plans in Western Canada are not as cheap as they were prior to the Rogers-Shaw merger, Canada's competition watchdog says.
B.C. cannabis companies finally eligible for pre-approved credit cards

B.C. cannabis companies finally eligible for pre-approved credit cards

Big banks still treat cannabis-sector entrepreneurs differently than counterparts in other sectors.
Montana Supreme Court rules in favor of major copper mine

Montana Supreme Court rules in favor of major copper mine

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Stalled work on a major copper mine proposed in central Montana can proceed after the state's Supreme Court ruled Monday that officials had adequately reviewed the project's environmental effects.
B.C. workers on minimum wage will see an increase of 65 cents per hour June 1

B.C. workers on minimum wage will see an increase of 65 cents per hour June 1

VICTORIA — Minimum-wage workers in British Columbia will get a pay hike of 65 cents an hour to $17.40 starting June 1, a move the government says will help lift more people out of poverty. The Ministry of Labour says in a statement the 3.
Crude-by-rail shipments jumped in last half of 2023 as Alberta's oil output grows

Crude-by-rail shipments jumped in last half of 2023 as Alberta's oil output grows

CALGARY — Canadian crude-by-rail shipments nearly doubled in volume in the last six months of 2023, as oil output from Alberta surged to all-time highs and the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion remained under construction.
Cargojet rolls back expansion plans after recording loss amid consumer pullback

Cargojet rolls back expansion plans after recording loss amid consumer pullback

Cargojet Inc. swung to a loss last quarter as it felt the pinch of falling consumer demand along with rising inflation, leading the firm to cut back on growth plans. The air freight and plane leasing company reported a net loss of $34.
Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

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 (21,324.31, down 88.84 points): Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Energy. Down 11 cents, or 0.24 per cent, to $45.68 on 16.4 million shares.