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To rent or buy? What's in store for the clothing rental industry in Canada

To rent or buy? What's in store for the clothing rental industry in Canada

TORONTO — A few weeks ago, Carly Soares needed a dress for a wedding and fast. "I tried going shopping at the mall, but noticed there was a scarce collection of formal dresses," the 30-year-old said. "It was actually very surprising.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Markets Stock markets in Canada and the U.S. were under pressure last week after the U.S.
Kim Kardashian culls Dolce&Gabbana archives for Milan show

Kim Kardashian culls Dolce&Gabbana archives for Milan show

MILAN (AP) — Kim Kardashian took Milan by storm on Saturday, curating a new collection for Dolce&Gabbana that took inspiration from 20 years of archival looks.
Toronto restaurateur Peter Oliver dead at 74 after battle with cancer

Toronto restaurateur Peter Oliver dead at 74 after battle with cancer

TORONTO — Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality says Canadian restaurateur Peter Oliver has died at 74, after a battle with cancer.
Occupied Ukraine holds Kremlin-staged vote on joining Russia

Occupied Ukraine holds Kremlin-staged vote on joining Russia

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — A Kremlin-orchestrated referendum got underway Friday in occupied regions of Ukraine that sought to make them part of Russia, with some officials carrying ballots to apartment blocks accompanied by gun-toting police.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (18,480.98, down 521.70 points) TC Energy Corp. (TSX:TRP). Energy. Down $3.30, or 5.28 per cent, to $59.21 on 12 million shares.
Dow sinks to 2022 low as recession fears roil world markets

Dow sinks to 2022 low as recession fears roil world markets

BEIJING — Stocks fell sharply worldwide Friday on worries an already slowing global economy could fall into recession as central banks raise the pressure with additional interest rate hikes. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.
S&P/TSX composite closes down more than 500 points, U.S. stock markets tumble lower

S&P/TSX composite closes down more than 500 points, U.S. stock markets tumble lower

TORONTO — Rising fears around future economic growth weighed heavily on markets Friday, pushing Canada's main stock index sharply down along with the commodities that underpin so much of it, while U.S. markets also dropped.
Environment commitments not met by Canada's oil and gas companies, new report shows

Environment commitments not met by Canada's oil and gas companies, new report shows

Most of Canada's oilsands producers have made little progress on their goal to decarbonize the sector despite historically high profits and low capital expenditures, a new report said.
Court of Appeal upholds sharing of Canadian bank account info with U.S. authorities

Court of Appeal upholds sharing of Canadian bank account info with U.S. authorities

OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has affirmed the constitutionality of legislation that allows account information held by Canadian financial institutions to be shared with U.S. authorities. Two U.S.