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Dutch police use tear gas, water cannon amid rioting

Dutch police use tear gas, water cannon amid rioting

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Groups of youths confronted police in Dutch towns and cities Monday night, defying the country's coronavirus curfew and throwing fireworks.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (17,906.02, up 60.11 points.) BlackBerry Ltd. (TSX:BB). Technology. Up $5.06, or 28.33 per cent, to $22.92 on 26.3 million shares.
BlackBerry says it doesn't know what's behind recent share price surge

BlackBerry says it doesn't know what's behind recent share price surge

BlackBerry Ltd. said there weren't any major changes at the company on Monday, despite a trading frenzy that drove its share price to its highest level since October 2011. Toronto-listed shares rose as high as $26.
Toronto stock market pushed higher by enthusiasm for TFI and BlackBerry

Toronto stock market pushed higher by enthusiasm for TFI and BlackBerry

TORONTO — Enthusiasm for TFI International Inc. and BlackBerry Ltd. offset some investor concerns to push Canada's main stock index higher to start the week. The Montreal-based trucking firm and Waterloo, Ont.
Yukon premier upset at federal decision stalling mine development in the territory

Yukon premier upset at federal decision stalling mine development in the territory

WHITEHORSE — Yukon Premier Sandy Silver says a federal government decision to refer a proposed mining development back to a territorial assessment board sends a "troubling signal.
Canadian crude-by-rail exports surge 87% to 170,000 barrels per day in November

Canadian crude-by-rail exports surge 87% to 170,000 barrels per day in November

CALGARY — Canadian exports of crude oil by rail jumped 87 per cent in November as oil production rose in Western Canada amid limited pipeline capacity for heavy crude.
Italian premier to offer resignation as government wobbles

Italian premier to offer resignation as government wobbles

ROME — Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte intends to offer his resignation on Tuesday, his office said Monday, a move seen as gamble that the embattled leader will get a fresh mandate from the president to try to forge a more viable coalition.
Telus International prices public offering in bid to expand digital business

Telus International prices public offering in bid to expand digital business

Telus Corp. will hit the road on Monday to try and woo investors for its public offering of subsidiary Telus International, as it spins off its customer experience business from its telecom offerings. The US$958.
TFI expanding North American reach with US$800 million acquisition of UPS Freight

TFI expanding North American reach with US$800 million acquisition of UPS Freight

MONTREAL — Trucking and logistics firm TFI International Inc. is expanding its reach in a deal to buy UPS Freight for about US$800 million.
N.S. food delivery startup offers restaurants lower fees, customer service control

N.S. food delivery startup offers restaurants lower fees, customer service control

HALIFAX — Delivery was never on the menu at restaurateur Craig Flinn’s neighbourhood eateries.