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Grounding of Boeing jet complicates United's 2020 planning

CHICAGO — The grounding of Boeing 737 Max airplanes is making it harder for United Airlines to plan for next year.
California pot regulators struggling with job, audit says

California pot regulators struggling with job, audit says

LOS ANGELES — The agency overseeing California's legal marijuana market has been overmatched by the job and is struggling to hire sufficient staff and set an overall strategy, an audit found.
TSX falls for a second day despite gold futures hitting six-year high

TSX falls for a second day despite gold futures hitting six-year high

TORONTO — Weakness in the industrials and energy sectors pushed Canada's main stock index lower Wednesday despite gold futures hitting a new six-year high. The precious metal pushed the key materials sector up 2.2 per cent.
Instagram expands Canadian pilot removing 'like' counts to more countries

Instagram expands Canadian pilot removing 'like' counts to more countries

Instagram says it's expanding a Canadian pilot removing "like" counts from some users' feeds to several more countries.
Unifor head supports Air Canada's bid for Transat, citing stability

Unifor head supports Air Canada's bid for Transat, citing stability

MONTREAL — The largest private-sector union in the country says Air Canada is employees' best option when it comes to the purchase of Quebec tour operator Transat A.T.
CRTC probing mobile device financing plans for regulatory compliance

CRTC probing mobile device financing plans for regulatory compliance

TORONTO — Canada's telecommunications regulator is investigating mobile phone plans that allow customers to spread the cost of new devices over several years to determine if they comply with a mandatory limit on some contract terms.
Kinder Morgan Canada income falls despite rise in pipeline and terminals revenue

Kinder Morgan Canada income falls despite rise in pipeline and terminals revenue

CALGARY — Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. is reporting second-quarter income from continuing operations of $21.6 million, a decrease of $1.9 million from the second quarter of 2018.
Natural gas producers demand government action in open letter to Kenney

Natural gas producers demand government action in open letter to Kenney

CALGARY — The CEOs of nine Alberta natural gas producers have released an open letter to Premier Jason Kenney asking him to show "bold leadership" in supporting a plan to restrict production to boost low gas prices.
Users of popular FaceApp should be wary of terms of use, experts say

Users of popular FaceApp should be wary of terms of use, experts say

TORONTO — A flood of pictures on social media of computer-aged celebrities, including Drake and Stephen Colbert, has boosted the popularity of the "FaceApp Challenge," but also has privacy experts raising concerns about the image-altering service's e

Ontario writes off $445M in old Chrysler debt from bailout

TORONTO — Ontario has written off $445 million as uncollectable debt from Chrysler, following the 2009 automaker bailout.