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Bombardier stock drops even as plane sales, growth forecasts rise amid supply snarls

Bombardier stock drops even as plane sales, growth forecasts rise amid supply snarls

MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. shares slid almost 15 per cent on Thursday after the business jet maker forecast slower-than-expected growth, despite a jump in plane deliveries and profit last year.
Stock market today: Wall Street holds near record levels, with S&P 500 on precipice of 5,000

Stock market today: Wall Street holds near record levels, with S&P 500 on precipice of 5,000

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks held near record levels on Wall Street as evidence kept piling up to show the job market remains remarkably solid. The S&P 500 edged up 0.
Sun Life CEO optimistic on Canadian dental plan potential

Sun Life CEO optimistic on Canadian dental plan potential

TORONTO — Sun Life Financial Inc.'s chief executive says the potential upside of operating the new Canadian dental care plan outweighs the risks as the insurer pushes further into the health benefits space.
Enbridge appeals to vacate an order that would shut down its pipeline

Enbridge appeals to vacate an order that would shut down its pipeline

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — An attorney for the energy company Enbridge tried to persuade a federal appellate court Thursday to vacate an order that would shut down part of a pipeline running through a Wisconsin tribal reservation.
Regulator calls out Trans Mountain for 'environmental non-compliance' in B.C.

Regulator calls out Trans Mountain for 'environmental non-compliance' in B.C.

CALGARY — The company building the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has been cited for environmental non-compliance related to its management of recent flooding in B.C.
BCE slashes 9% of workforce, puts blame at the feet of regulators and policymakers

BCE slashes 9% of workforce, puts blame at the feet of regulators and policymakers

TORONTO — The parent company of Bell Canada announced it is slashing nine per cent of its workforce and could further scale back network spending as it remains at loggerheads with the CRTC over what it calls "predetermined" regulatory direction.
Cineplex posts Q4 loss despite theatre audience boost from Taylor Swift

Cineplex posts Q4 loss despite theatre audience boost from Taylor Swift

TORONTO — Taylor Swift delivered massive audiences to global movie theatres as 2023 wound down, but it wasn't enough to keep Canada's largest cinema chain from posting a loss in its most recent quarter. Cineplex Inc.
Thomson Reuters reports Q4 profit and revenue up, raises quarterly dividend

Thomson Reuters reports Q4 profit and revenue up, raises quarterly dividend

TORONTO — Thomson Reuters Corp. raised its dividend by 10 per cent as it reported its fourth-quarter profit more than tripled compared with a year earlier and its revenue also climbed higher.
Who is BCE? Quick facts about the company behind Thursday's job cuts announcement

Who is BCE? Quick facts about the company behind Thursday's job cuts announcement

MONTREAL — BCE Inc. is cutting nine per cent of its workforce and making sweeping changes at its media division, including the sale of 45 of its 103 regional radio stations.
AI-generated voices in robocalls can deceive voters. The FCC just made them illegal

AI-generated voices in robocalls can deceive voters. The FCC just made them illegal

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday outlawed robocalls that contain voices generated by artificial intelligence , a decision that sends a clear message that exploiting the technology to scam people and mislead voters won’t be tolerated.