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Cineplex is betting on arcades as industry box office sales sag

Cineplex is betting on arcades as industry box office sales sag

The head of Cineplex Inc. is doubling down on video arcades as he looks to top up revenues amid the unsteady return of audiences to theatres. Box office revenue at the country's largest cinema owner rose one per cent year over year to $125.

Pathways Alliance names former MEG Energy CEO Derek Evans as executive chair

CALGARY — Pathways Alliance says former MEG Energy president and CEO Derek Evans is its new executive chair.
Northern premiers call for national emergency response system

Northern premiers call for national emergency response system

POND INLET, Nunavut — Northern premiers are calling for a national emergency response system to deal with natural disasters they fear will become more frequent. After a meeting this week in Pond Inlet, Nvt.
Biebs and the babe: Biebers post photos revealing Hailey's pregnancy

Biebs and the babe: Biebers post photos revealing Hailey's pregnancy

Baby? Oh! Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber say she's expecting their first child together. The Stratford, Ont.
Vice-president and chief sporting officer Olivier Renard out at CF Montreal

Vice-president and chief sporting officer Olivier Renard out at CF Montreal

MONTREAL — CF Montreal is parting ways with vice-president and chief sporting officer Olivier Renard by "mutual agreement,” the Major League Soccer club announced Thursday.
Pembina Pipeline Corp. sees earnings rise to $439 million in first quarter

Pembina Pipeline Corp. sees earnings rise to $439 million in first quarter

CALGARY — Pembina Pipeline Corp. says it earned $439 million in the first quarter, up from $369 million a year earlier. The Calgary-based company says its revenue for the quarter ended March 31 was $1.54 billion, down from $1.
Man pleads guilty in hit-and-run that killed 7-year-old Ukrainian girl in Montreal

Man pleads guilty in hit-and-run that killed 7-year-old Ukrainian girl in Montreal

MONTREAL — The driver who struck and killed a seven-year-old Ukrainian refugee in 2022 delivered an emotional apology to the girl's family on Thursday after pleading guilty to failing to stop after an accident.
'It's an extension of my body': accessibility advocates say airlines need to change

'It's an extension of my body': accessibility advocates say airlines need to change

OTTAWA — Maayan Ziv knows all too well the problems that can come from giving her motorized wheelchair to a stranger when she gets on a plane.
Start of wildfire season better than last year, but risk is high as drought continues

Start of wildfire season better than last year, but risk is high as drought continues

OTTAWA — The start to wildfire season has been far less dramatic than it was last year but the risk of hot, dry weather and severe fires remains high, officials warned Thursday.
Nutrien CEO encouraged by strong demand and fertilizer market stabilization

Nutrien CEO encouraged by strong demand and fertilizer market stabilization

Improved mine automation helped fertilizer giant Nutrien Ltd. increase potash production in the first quarter amid strong demand for its products, the company’s chief executive said.