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Canadian Dairy Commission recommends large increase in farm gate milk prices

Canadian Dairy Commission recommends large increase in farm gate milk prices

Milk and dairy prices are expected to jump next year after the Canadian Dairy Commission recommended an 8.4 per cent increase in farm gate milk prices.
Advocacy groups ask CRTC to delay hearings into Rogers' deal to buy Shaw

Advocacy groups ask CRTC to delay hearings into Rogers' deal to buy Shaw

OTTAWA — A pair of public interest advocacy groups have asked the federal telecommunications regulator to delay a public hearing into Rogers Communications Inc.'s deal to buy Shaw Communications Inc.
Calgary sees record October for home sales, on track to break yearly record: CREB

Calgary sees record October for home sales, on track to break yearly record: CREB

Calgary Real Estate Board says the region experienced a record number of home sales last month and the pace appears on track to continue.

Cargojet rakes in revenue amid strained supply chains, strong online purchases

Cargojet Inc. says clogged supply chains and a prolonged e-commerce surge helped boost revenue in its third quarter, despite an unexpected net earnings loss driven partly by higher costs.
Bell apologizes after switching some customer smartphones back an hour

Bell apologizes after switching some customer smartphones back an hour

TORONTO — Bell has apologized after it incorrectly made a time change on some customer smartphones. The company says there was an issue with its system that caused the change, which has now been resolved.

Meridian Credit Union names Jay-Ann Gilfoy as new CEO, effective Jan. 3

TORONTO — Meridian Credit Union Ltd. says Jay-Ann Gilfoy has been named as its new president and chief executive, effective Jan. 3.
Retailer that raised salaries to attract talent remains an outlier

Retailer that raised salaries to attract talent remains an outlier

When Altitude Sports started hiring for its holiday rush, the Canadian e-commerce retailer ran into a recruiting problem: There weren’t enough people to fill the available positions.
US manufacturing growth slows in October to 60.8% reading

US manufacturing growth slows in October to 60.8% reading

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. manufacturing growth slowed in October amid growing headaches from supply chain bottlenecks and labor shortages.
G-20 make mild pledges on climate neutrality, coal financing

G-20 make mild pledges on climate neutrality, coal financing

ROME (AP) — Leaders of the world’s biggest economies agreed Sunday to stop funding coal-fired power plants in poor countries and made a vague commitment to seek carbon neutrality “by or around mid-century” as they wrapped up a Rome summit before the
In 2nd weekend, ‘Dune’ bests 'Last Night in Soho,' 'Antlers'

In 2nd weekend, ‘Dune’ bests 'Last Night in Soho,' 'Antlers'

After a record-breaking start , October’s box office closed out quietly this weekend with “Dune” repeating at number one and two prominent genre newcomers, “ Last Night in Soho ” and “Antlers,” stumbling.