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Desjardins says employee who stole personal data also accessed credit card info

Desjardins says employee who stole personal data also accessed credit card info

MONTREAL — The Desjardins Group says the employee who stole the personal data of 4.2 million members of the financial co-operative also gained access to information for 1.8 million credit card holders.

Fraser River slide has 'huge' impact on community: Interior First Nation

WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. — High on the Chilcotin plateau in British Columbia's Interior, the chief of a local First Nation says the traditional diet of its members is threatened by a landslide more than 150 kilometre away.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange ( 16,950.70, down 0.15 of a point.) Dream Global Real Estate Investment Trust. (TSX:DRG.UN). Real estate. Up three cents, or 0.
Canada's biggest banks told to hike domestic stability buffer as a precaution

Canada's biggest banks told to hike domestic stability buffer as a precaution

TORONTO — Canada's federal banking regulator is increasing the amount of capital that Canada's biggest financial institutions must hold as a protective buffer against vulnerabilities, but the effects of the change are expected to be limited as indust

New Brunswick government tables 2020-21 capital budget in legislature

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's Progressive Conservative government has tabled a $599-million capital budget that it says builds on efforts to restore balance to the province's finances.
Exxon Mobil prevails in lawsuit over climate regulations

Exxon Mobil prevails in lawsuit over climate regulations

NEW YORK — Exxon Mobil won Tuesday in a closely watched lawsuit over the costs of climate change, with a judge saying there was no proof the energy giant duped investors about the toll that regulations could take on its business.
Backlash to Peloton ad could boost exercise equipment maker's sales, experts say

Backlash to Peloton ad could boost exercise equipment maker's sales, experts say

A controversial ad for Peloton Interactive's expensive stationary bike is unlikely to dampen the company's holiday sales, and may actually boost them thanks to increased publicity, experts say.
Enbridge declines to estimate Line 3 startup despite positive state ruling

Enbridge declines to estimate Line 3 startup despite positive state ruling

CALGARY — The CEO of Enbridge Inc. says an updated environmental review released by a Minnesota state agency on Monday is a "good outcome" but declined to speculate on when its oft-delayed Line 3 pipeline replacement project will be completed.
Barrick Gold and partner selling project in Senegal in deal worth up to US$430M

Barrick Gold and partner selling project in Senegal in deal worth up to US$430M

TORONTO — Barrick Gold Corp. and its Senegalese joint-venture partner have reached deal to sell their 90 per cent stake in the Massawa project in Senegal to Teranga Gold Corp. in an agreement worth up to US$430 million.
Cenovus says capital spending to edge higher in 2020, production to rise

Cenovus says capital spending to edge higher in 2020, production to rise

CALGARY — Cenovus Energy Inc. plans to increase its capital spending in 2020 compared with this year. The energy company says it plans to invest between $1.3 billion and $1.5 billion in 2020, up from between $1.1 billion and $1.2 billion in 2019.