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Business · New York
Crypto lending unit of Genesis files for U.S. bankruptcy
The lending unit of crypto firm Genesis filed on Thursday for U.S. bankruptcy protection from creditors, toppled by a market rout along with the likes of exchange FTX and lender BlockFi.See the Story
51% Center coverage: 47 sources
Business · Ottawa
Canadian pension funds improving on climate change but overall still falling short, report says
A new report by an advocacy group says some of Canada's major pension funds have made significant improvements in responding to the climate crisis, but overall are still falling short. The report by Shift Action for Pension Wealth and Planet Health shows a high level of inconsistency among the 11 pension funds evaluated, and finds they're lacking compared with some international peers.See the Story
64% Left coverage: 14 sources
Business · Edmonton
Imperial Oil gives OK to $720M renewable diesel project near Edmonton
Imperial Oil Ltd. is going ahead with a $720-million project to build a renewable diesel facility at its Strathcona refinery near Edmonton. The project, first announced in August 2021, is expected to produce 20,000 barrels per day of renewable diesel. That will make it the largest facility of its kind in Canada, upon its expected completion in 2025.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 12 sources
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Business · Toronto
Canada will see weakest level of homes sales since 2001 this year: TD report
TD Economics predicts Canada will see the weakest level of home sales since 2001 this year. The economist attributes the prediction to the poorest affordability level since the late 80s and early 90s. The Canadian Real Estate Association said last month that the actual national average home price was $632,802 in November.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 8 sources
Force airlines to automatically compensate travellers, passengers' advocate says
Airlines are taking advantage of the regulatory environment, Gabor Lukacs says. MPs will begin an emergency study into the chaos that erupted across the country. Transport Minister Omar Alghabra will be grilled about how the government plans to address the problem. The air industry is still recovering after travel ground to a halt during the COVID-19 pandemic.See the Story
Coverage: 10 sources
Vancouver, British Columbia · Vancouver
Vancouver's December home sales down 52% from year ago: B.C. real estate board
The B.C. board says last month's sales totalled 1,295, about 20 per cent lower than they were in November. The figures contribute to the 28,903 sales made over 2022. The board attributed the decreases to the market experiencing "a year of caution"See the Story
34% Center coverage: 6 sources
Business · Ottawa
Canada competition tribunal rules in favor of $14.8 bln Rogers-Shaw deal
Canada's competition tribunal approved on Thursday Rogers Communications Inc's C$20 billion ($14.77 billion) bid for Shaw Communications Inc , ending the companies' 20-month-old dispute with the antitrust authority.See the Story
39% Left coverage: 26 sources
TC Energy restarts Keystone pipeline extension after oil leak repairs
TC Energy restarted most of the 4,324-kilometre Keystone pipeline system on Dec. 14. The 154-km Cushing Extension, running from just south of Steele City, Nebraska to Cushing, Oklahoma, had remained shut following the leak. The company says it is committed to remediate the spill site in Washington County, Kansas.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 4 sources
Business · Toronto
Ontario and British Columbia headed for a buyer's market, RBC says
High interest rates will continue to hold back homebuyers into the new year. RBC says those purchasing real estate in Ontario and B.C. in 2023 will hold a stronger hand. The Bank of Canada has raised its key interest rate seven times since March in an effort to bring inflation under control.See the Story
36% Left coverage: 14 sources