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NATO to send 700 more troops to Kosovo to help quell violent protests

NATO to send 700 more troops to Kosovo to help quell violent protests

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — NATO will send 700 more troops to northern Kosovo to help quell violent protests after clashes with ethnic Serbs there left 30 international soldiers wounded, the alliance announced Tuesday.
Pace of oilsands decarbonization an open question after UCP win in Alberta

Pace of oilsands decarbonization an open question after UCP win in Alberta

CALGARY — As Danielle Smith's United Conservative Party celebrates Monday's election win in Alberta, the province's oil and gas sector remains in the dark over how much financial support the new government will offer it to decarbonize.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (19,739.70, down 228.25): Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Energy. Down 54 cents, or 1.37 per cent, to $38.80 on 16.0 million shares.
S&P/TSX composite down more than 200 points as price of oil falls

S&P/TSX composite down more than 200 points as price of oil falls

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was down more than 200 points as the price of oil fell and losses in energy, financial and base metal stocks helped lead the way lower, while U.S. markets were mixed. The S&P/TSX composite index was down 228.
Ruling clears way for Purdue Pharma to settle opioid claims, protect Sacklers from lawsuits

Ruling clears way for Purdue Pharma to settle opioid claims, protect Sacklers from lawsuits

A federal appeals court cleared the way for the maker of OxyContin to settle thousands of legal claims tied to the opioid epidemic while shielding the wealthy owners of Purdue Pharma, the Sackler family, from future lawsuits.
Stock market today: Wall Street ends mixed as DC moves to avoid default

Stock market today: Wall Street ends mixed as DC moves to avoid default

NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street ended mixed as a long list of worries loom over the market, even if the most pressing crisis seems to be calming after Washington moved to avoid a default on its debt.
AG largely praises B.C. COVID-19 tourism supports, cites 'minor' shortfalls

AG largely praises B.C. COVID-19 tourism supports, cites 'minor' shortfalls

VICTORIA — B.C's auditor general says the province's COVID-19 support program for the devastated tourism industry followed most required guidelines, though he raised some concerns about the way it was documented and monitored.
Air Canada pilots look to start bargaining early after WestJet pay hike

Air Canada pilots look to start bargaining early after WestJet pay hike

MONTREAL — The pilots union at the country's largest airline has opened the gate to bargaining ahead of time — as early as next month, amid peak travel season — adding pressure to an industry under scrutiny after a rocky year.
Delta Air Lines hit with lawsuit over claims of carbon neutrality

Delta Air Lines hit with lawsuit over claims of carbon neutrality

A consumer class action lawsuit filed Tuesday claims Delta Air Lines inaccurately billed itself as the world's “first carbon-neutral airline” and should pay damages.
Dearth of skilled workers, funding dents tech adoption by manufacturers: Survey

Dearth of skilled workers, funding dents tech adoption by manufacturers: Survey

MONTREAL — A shortage of skilled workers and funding is hurting manufacturers' ability to take up new technology, according to a new survey.