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Union: Apple workers at Maryland store vote 2-1 to organize

Union: Apple workers at Maryland store vote 2-1 to organize

More than 100 employees of an Apple store in a suburb of Baltimore voted to unionize by a nearly 2-to-1 margin Saturday, joining a growing U.S. push across tech, retail and service industries
Milan designers invoke joy, nostalgia in menswear

Milan designers invoke joy, nostalgia in menswear

MILAN (AP) — Denim, fringe and chunky rubber sliders. These are the elements of next year’s summer wardrobe emerging from the second day Saturday of Milan Fashion Week menswear previews.
US opens COVID vaccine to little kids, shots begin next week

US opens COVID vaccine to little kids, shots begin next week

NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. on Saturday opened COVID-19 vaccines to infants, toddlers and preschoolers. The shots will become available next week, expanding the nation’s vaccination campaign to children as young as 6 months.
Rogers strikes $2.85-billion deal to sell Freedom Mobile to Quebecor

Rogers strikes $2.85-billion deal to sell Freedom Mobile to Quebecor

Rogers Communications Inc. will sell Freedom Mobile Inc. to Quebecor Inc. for $2.85 billion in a deal it hopes will appease federal regulators opposed to its proposed takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.
Montana governor under fire for vacationing during flood

Montana governor under fire for vacationing during flood

RED LODGE, Mont. (AP) — As punishing floods tore through Yellowstone National Park and neighboring Montana communities, the state's governor was nowhere to be seen.
Quebec court approves $200.9M settlement against Desjardins over data breach

Quebec court approves $200.9M settlement against Desjardins over data breach

MONTREAL — The Superior Court of Quebec has approved a nearly $200.9-million settlement of a class-action lawsuit against Desjardins over a data breach — the largest to date in the Canadian financial services sector.
Competition Bureau doubles down on objections to Rogers deal for Shaw

Competition Bureau doubles down on objections to Rogers deal for Shaw

The Competition Bureau has expanded on its opposition to Rogers Communications Inc.
Olympian Marcell Jacobs takes fashion break with Dsquared2

Olympian Marcell Jacobs takes fashion break with Dsquared2

MILAN (AP) — Caught between the pandemic and war in Europe, Milan luxury fashion designers on Friday open four days of mostly menswear previews for next spring and summer in a challenging economic climate.

Growing number of companies end mandatory vaccination as COVID-19 restrictions ease

MONTREAL — A growing swath of Canadian companies are no longer requiring employees to be vaccinated to come to work as corporate policies ease in step with public health guidelines.

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 (18,930.48, down 73.58 points.) Athabasca Oil Corp. (TSX:ATH). Energy. Down 26 cents, or 8.8 per cent, to $2.70 on 39.2 million shares.