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US stocks end mixed a day after Dow entered a bear market

US stocks end mixed a day after Dow entered a bear market

NEW YORK — Stocks ended a wobbly day with mixed results on Wall Street as markets continue to be unstable amid worries about a possible recession. The volatile trading came a day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average followed other major U.S.
Blasts precede Baltic pipeline leaks, sabotage seen likely

Blasts precede Baltic pipeline leaks, sabotage seen likely

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Denmark said Tuesday it believed “deliberate actions” by unknown perpetrators were behind big leaks, which seismologists said followed powerful explosions, in two natural gas pipelines running under the Baltic Sea from Russia to
Hurricane Fiona highlights gaps in insurance as climate change worsens, experts say

Hurricane Fiona highlights gaps in insurance as climate change worsens, experts say

TORONTO — Many Atlantic Canadian homeowners may be on the hook for a significant portion of the damages to their homes caused by hurricane Fiona due to a lack of insurance covering flooding caused by storms.
Realtors, consumers facing racism on the job and when buying and selling homes: real estate report

Realtors, consumers facing racism on the job and when buying and selling homes: real estate report

TORONTO — Realtors and their clients are facing racism and discrimination during the home buying and selling process, but there are no efficient ways for consumers to report such incidents, says new research from the Ontario Real Estate Association (

Germany to keep 2 of its 3 nuclear plants running into April

BERLIN (AP) — Germany's Economy and Energy Minister says the country will keep two of its remaining three nuclear power plants running until April to help prevent a potential energy shortage in the coming months.
Discussing inheritances with loved ones now more important than ever: experts

Discussing inheritances with loved ones now more important than ever: experts

When it comes to uncomfortable conversations, matters of inheritance may be near the top of the list. But as the cost of living rises and the generational wage gap grows wider, experts say it is now more important than ever to open up that dialogue.
Canadian employers projecting 4.2% salary increase in 2023: survey

Canadian employers projecting 4.2% salary increase in 2023: survey

TORONTO — Canadian employers are anticipating the highest salary increase in two decades as they try to balance inflationary pressures, surging interest rates, recession risks and a tight labour market, a new survey has found.

Blaze at state oil giant PKN Orlen plant in Poland kills 2

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish officials say two people have died in a fire at a facility belonging to state-owned oil giant PKN Orlen in central Poland.
Dye & Durham to buy back up to 5% of its shares in normal course issuer bid

Dye & Durham to buy back up to 5% of its shares in normal course issuer bid

TORONTO — Dye & Durham Ltd. says it is planning to buy back up to five per cent of its shares in an normal course issuer bid.
Meta disables Russian propaganda network targeting Europe

Meta disables Russian propaganda network targeting Europe

A sprawling disinformation network originating in Russia sought to use hundreds of fake social media accounts and dozens of sham news websites to spread Kremlin talking points about the invasion of Ukraine , Meta revealed Tuesday.