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Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (14,903.49 up 98.76 points ). Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Up 71 cents, or 9.9 per cent, to $7.88 on 25.1 million shares.
TSX rises for fifth straight session for the first time in seven months

TSX rises for fifth straight session for the first time in seven months

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index rose for a fifth straight day for the first time in seven months as the market continued to bounce back from last month's lows. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 98.76 points to 14,903.
Report from Manitoba chiefs says Indigenous contribution to economy in billions

Report from Manitoba chiefs says Indigenous contribution to economy in billions

WINNIPEG — Canada's Indigenous-Crown relations minister says a report showing Indigenous people in Manitoba contributed billions of dollars to the economy in one year will help tackle racist stereotypes.
Postmedia's Paul Godfrey passes baton to Andrew MacLeod, who takes on CEO's job

Postmedia's Paul Godfrey passes baton to Andrew MacLeod, who takes on CEO's job

TORONTO — Paul Godfrey is stepping down as CEO of Postmedia Network Canada Corp. but will remain as executive chairman of the company, which owns the National Post, other newspapers and digital publications.
Law to upload responsibility for Toronto subway to province coming in spring

Law to upload responsibility for Toronto subway to province coming in spring

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford's plans to take over Toronto's subway system could begin to take shape this spring with the introduction of legislation that would start the complex process, the government said Thursday.
Judge dismisses part of Judd lawsuit against Weinstein

Judge dismisses part of Judd lawsuit against Weinstein

LOS ANGELES — A judge has dismissed one section of Ashley Judd's lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein, but the rest remains headed toward trial. U.S. District Judge Philip S.
Japanese auto supply giant Denso joins Montreal AI cluster with new R&D lab

Japanese auto supply giant Denso joins Montreal AI cluster with new R&D lab

MONTREAL — Japanese auto supply giant Denso Corp. is joining Montreal's burgeoning artificial intelligence scene with the launch of a research and development lab in the city.
Aimia completes sale of Aeroplan loyalty program to Air Canada, repays debt

Aimia completes sale of Aeroplan loyalty program to Air Canada, repays debt

MONTREAL — Air Canada has completed its purchase of the Aeroplan loyalty program from Aimia Inc., assuring customers their miles will be honoured on a "one-to-one basis" when the airline's new rewards program launches in 2020.
Ikea Canada names Michael Ward as new president

Ikea Canada names Michael Ward as new president

BURLINGTON, Ont. — Ikea Canada has named Michael Ward as its new president. Ward replaces Marsha Smith, who is moving to join Ikea United Kingdom and Ireland.
From iPads to charcuterie, how realtors woo buyers to an open house

From iPads to charcuterie, how realtors woo buyers to an open house

TORONTO — Realtor Ash Alles wanted to throw an open house to remember. So, he catered a food truck. "Food is what drives people in," said Alles, a real estate agent at Sutton Group Summit Realty in Mississauga, Ont.