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Business groups walk back claim on share of Canadians hit by capital gains changes

Business groups walk back claim on share of Canadians hit by capital gains changes

OTTAWA — Prominent business groups have backtracked their claim that one in five Canadians would be affected by the federal government's proposed changes to capital gains taxation.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (22,375.83, up 116.67 points): Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB). Energy. Down one cent, or 0.02 per cent, to $51.14 on 12.3 million shares.
S&P/TSX composite posts new record Thursday, U.S. markets also rise

S&P/TSX composite posts new record Thursday, U.S. markets also rise

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index rose to a new record high, led by strength in energy, telecom and base metals, while U.S. markets also moved higher. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 116.67 points at 22,375.83.
WSP Global's acquisition hunt far from over after ‘consolidation’ phase: CEO

WSP Global's acquisition hunt far from over after ‘consolidation’ phase: CEO

MONTREAL — WSP Global expects to continue its acquisition spree after snapping up several more companies in the first part of the year.
Qualtrough picks a former chief justice from Ontario to lead sport commission

Qualtrough picks a former chief justice from Ontario to lead sport commission

A former chief justice from Ontario has been tasked with confronting abuse and maltreatment in sport in Canada.
Suspended quarterback Kelly on field at Toronto Argonauts rookie camp

Suspended quarterback Kelly on field at Toronto Argonauts rookie camp

GUELPH, Ont. — Toronto Argonauts quarterback Chad Kelly was back on the field Thursday, just two days after being suspended by the CFL for violating its gender-based violence policy.
B.C. cyber attack: Minister says police probing bid to breach government systems

B.C. cyber attack: Minister says police probing bid to breach government systems

VICTORIA — Police are involved in the investigation into a sophisticated attempt to breach protected British Columbia government information systems, Solicitor General Mike Farnworth said Thursday. But Farnworth, who is also B.C.
N.B. minister says threat to dissolve school districts extends to francophone boards

N.B. minister says threat to dissolve school districts extends to francophone boards

FREDERICTON — Elected councils overseeing francophone school districts in New Brunswick are not immune from being dissolved if they don’t adhere to the province’s policy change affecting LGBTQ+ students, the education minister says.
How do you stop a player like McDavid? By committee, Canucks say

How do you stop a player like McDavid? By committee, Canucks say

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Canucks accomplished a first on Wednesday -- they prevented Connor McDavid from getting a shot on net. It was the first time in 55 career playoff games the superstar has failed to register a shot.
Competition Bureau to launch market study of Canadian airline sector

Competition Bureau to launch market study of Canadian airline sector

OTTAWA — Canada's Competition Bureau says it will begin a market study focused on the Canadian airline sector. It will look into the state of competition in the airline industry and how governments can make improvements.