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Kinross Gold making progress at Great Bear project in Ontario

Kinross Gold making progress at Great Bear project in Ontario

TORONTO — Kinross Gold Corp. said Tuesday it is making progress at its Great Bear project in Ontario and expects to declare an initial mineral resource as part of its 2022 year-end results. In an update on the project and others in the U.S.
G-7 leaders united behind Ukraine, aim at Kremlin oil money

G-7 leaders united behind Ukraine, aim at Kremlin oil money

ELMAU, Germany (AP) — Leaders of the world’s biggest developed economies said Tuesday they would explore far-reaching steps to cap Russia's income from oil sales that are financing its invasion of Ukraine and struck a united stance to support Kyiv fo
Attending lots of weddings this year? Here's how to budget

Attending lots of weddings this year? Here's how to budget

Talia Pankewycz, a 33-year-old living in Toronto, once received seven wedding invitations in one year.
Alberta finance minister to announce fourth quarter results on budget

Alberta finance minister to announce fourth quarter results on budget

EDMONTON — Alberta Finance Minister Jason Nixon is to deliver today the final numbers on the 2021-22 budget amid higher than expected oil prices. The budget, which ended on March 31, was last forecast to come in at a $3.2 billion deficit.

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 (19,258.32, up 195.41 points.) Athabasca Oil Corp. (TSX:ATH). Energy. Up six cents, or 2.5 per cent, to $2.49 on 24.2 million shares.
S&P/TSX composite gains nearly 200 points to continue Friday's strong move higher

S&P/TSX composite gains nearly 200 points to continue Friday's strong move higher

TORONTO — Energy and commodities led Canada's main stock index to continue its upward climb, however U.S. stock markets dipped after posting their best week since 2020.
Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

MONTREAL — The federal border agency is not moving fast enough to fill staff shortages that have bogged down airport traffic and revved up passenger frustration, says the union representing customs officers.

Backers of Calgary-Banff train say they need Parks Canada to get on board

CALGARY — Updated ridership projections show a proposed $1.5-billion Calgary-to-Banff passenger train could be a success without annual payments from the government of Alberta, the project's backers said Monday. But Liricon Capital Inc.

Feds seize websites after probe of pirated Latin music

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — Federal authorities have seized six websites that prosecutors say were illegally distributing copyrighted music to millions of users. The U.S.
Zelenskyy tells G-7 summit Ukraine forces face urgent moment

Zelenskyy tells G-7 summit Ukraine forces face urgent moment

ELMAU, Germany (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Monday underscored the urgency of helping his country’s military improve its position against Russia in a video meeting with leading economic powers, who in turn pledged to support Ukra