Business News Advisory from The Canadian Press
Here are the CP Business Department's plans for today and the top business stories so far. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. All ETAs and wordcounts approximate. Entries are subject to change as news develops.
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We will update the story about business reaction to Alberta's lack of a vaccine passport program
Alberta businesses call for vaccine passport
Calgary, Alberta, Canada -- Some Alberta businesses are increasingly frustrated with the provincial government's reluctance to introduce a vaccine passport program. Words: 152, Photos: 1. By Amanda Stephenson. Will be updated.
Enbridge to acquire Moda Midstream for US$3B
Calgary, Alberta, Canada -- Enbridge Inc. has signed a US$3-billion deal to purchase a U.S.-based terminal and logistics company. Words: 149, Photos: 1
CAE and Air Canada sign training partnership
Montreal, Quebec, Canada -- CAE Inc. and Air Canada have signed a five-year aircraft maintenance training partnership agreement. Words: 114, Photos: 1
August home sales in Montreal down 30 per cent
Montreal, Quebec, Canada -- The Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers says August home sales and new listings in the Montreal region were down about 30 per cent each from last year. Words: 160, Photos: 1
Financial tips led to savings for 3 millennials
With a growing body of financial education available on social media or a quick visit to a search engine, it can be tricky to separate relevant advice from clickbait, especially for younger Canadians. By Leah Golob. Words: 824, Photos: 1
S&P/TSX composite up in late-morning trading
Toronto, Ontario, Canada -- Strength in the financial sector helped Canada's main stock index edge higher in late-morning trading while U.S. stock markets fell to start the week. Words: 151, Photos: 1. By Salmaan Farooqui. Will be updated.
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