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TSX falls again, weighed down by materials and energy sectors

TSX falls again, weighed down by materials and energy sectors

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index fell again into the red Tuesday as it was weighed down by the key materials and energy sectors.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (14,944.09, down 68.56 points ). Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Down 22 cents, or 2.93 per cent, to $7.29 on 13.6 million shares.

Complaints against Canadian telecom, TV providers soar 57% in 2017-18: report

There has been a dramatic increase in the number of complaints raised against Canada's telecommunications companies, according to an annual tally released Tuesday.
Precision claiming $20-million break fee after Ensign set to take over Trinidad

Precision claiming $20-million break fee after Ensign set to take over Trinidad

CALGARY — Precision Drilling Corp. says it is entitled to a $20-million break fee after Ensign Energy Services Inc. announced Tuesday that it will take control of Trinidad Drilling Ltd. by acquiring a majority of Trinidad's shares.
Canada Post reports Q3 loss of $71 million, blames pay equity ruling

Canada Post reports Q3 loss of $71 million, blames pay equity ruling

OTTAWA — Canada Post says it recorded a loss of $71 million in its latest quarter, which it is directly blaming on costs related to a pay equity dispute with its largest union.
US home prices rise more slowly amid weaker sales

US home prices rise more slowly amid weaker sales

WASHINGTON — U.S. home prices increased more slowly in September from a year ago as higher mortgage rates weighed on sales. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city home price index, released Tuesday, rose 5.1 per cent from a year earlier.
Questrade agrees to pay $2.9M to OSC for acting 'contrary to public interest

Questrade agrees to pay $2.9M to OSC for acting 'contrary to public interest

TORONTO — Questrade Wealth Management will pay $2.

Judge: Trump hotel boost from presidency does not break law

NEW YORK — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing Donald Trump of breaking a law on unfair competition by using the presidency to attract customers to restaurants in his Washington hotel. U.S.
Iron ore production to restart next year in Labrador mining town of Wabush

Iron ore production to restart next year in Labrador mining town of Wabush

WABUSH, N.L. — The Labrador town of Wabush is in for a much-needed economic boost as one of Canada's largest iron ore mines restarts production next year.
GM transformation makes it the latest auto giant to pivot towards technology

GM transformation makes it the latest auto giant to pivot towards technology

TORONTO — When General Motors Canada workers in Oshawa put down their tools and headed home Monday morning after being told their plant will shut down next year, the automaker billed the closure and impending layoffs as part of a transformation towar