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Popeyes pilots chicken sandwich in Edmonton despite COVID-19 pandemic

Popeyes pilots chicken sandwich in Edmonton despite COVID-19 pandemic

Albertans will be the first in Canada to sample a fried chicken sandwich that became a social-media sensation with its U.S. debut last summer when Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen adds the menu item to stores in select cities in the province Wednesday.

1 wounded, 1 sought in Dallas shopping mall shooting

DALLAS — One person was shot Tuesday at a busy Dallas shopping mall, and police were seeking a single suspect, authorities said. The incident happened shortly before 7 p.m. at the Galleria in north Dallas. Police Senior Cpl.

RNC Minerals shares will begin trading Wednesday under new name Karora Resources

TORONTO — RNC Minerals has changed its name and stock ticker. The Toronto-based mining company now known as Karora Resources Inc. will have its stock trade beginning Wednesday under new symbols.
'60 Minutes' aside, summertime escapism rules network TV

'60 Minutes' aside, summertime escapism rules network TV

LOS ANGELES — Summertime escapism in the form of talent and game shows ruled on broadcast TV, with “60 Minutes” the exception. “America's Got Talent” on NBC was the most-watched show last week, according to Nielsen company ratings out Tuesday.
World Trade Organization: Saudis facilitated sports piracy

World Trade Organization: Saudis facilitated sports piracy

Saudi Arabia facilitated sports broadcasting piracy by blocking moves to shut it down, the World Trade Organization said in a ruling Tuesday that throws new doubts on the kingdom's takeover of English Premier League club Newcastle.

Bank of Canada has no immediate intentions to raise interest rates, Macklem says

OTTAWA — Canada's new top central banker says the Bank of Canada has no intention to raise interest rates given the current economic circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (15,515.82, up 156.17 points.) Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Industrials. Up 3.5 cents, or 7.61 per cent, to 49.5 cents on 21.
North American stock markets climb on economic data and potential virus treatment

North American stock markets climb on economic data and potential virus treatment

TORONTO — North American stock markets climbed Tuesday as signs of a faster economic recovery and a promising potential treatment for COVID-19 offset lingering concerns about a second wave of infections. Markets got an early push after U.S.
Air Canada CFO urges looser travel restrictions as PM extends border shutdown

Air Canada CFO urges looser travel restrictions as PM extends border shutdown

MONTREAL — Air Canada's chief financial officer echoed on Tuesday his boss's recent call to ease travel restrictions as the airline continues to bleed cash, despite concerns over a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Powell warns that long downturn would mean severe damage

Powell warns that long downturn would mean severe damage

WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned Tuesday that the U.S. economy faces a deep downturn with “significant uncertainty” about the timing and strength of a recovery.
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