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Canadian commercial real estate pointing to post-pandemic economic upswing: CBRE

Canadian commercial real estate pointing to post-pandemic economic upswing: CBRE

TORONTO — CBRE says Canadian commercial real estate is pointing to a post-pandemic economic upswing.
CPP Investments and AIMCo invest additional $2.4 billion in BAI Communications

CPP Investments and AIMCo invest additional $2.4 billion in BAI Communications

TORONTO — Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Alberta Investment Management Corp. are investing an additional $2.4 billion in BAI Communications to help the wireless infrastructure company grow.
Hong Kong to ban passenger flights from UK to curb virus

Hong Kong to ban passenger flights from UK to curb virus

HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong says it will ban all passenger flights from the U.K. starting Thursday as it seeks to curb the spread of new variants of the coronavirus. It said in a statement Monday that the U.K.
Hydro One reaches contract agreement with union representing 1,800 employees

Hydro One reaches contract agreement with union representing 1,800 employees

TORONTO — Hydro One Inc. has reached a tentative contract agreement with the union that represents about 1,800 employees in critical engineering, supervisory and administrative jobs.
'F9' puts charge back into movie theaters with $70M opening

'F9' puts charge back into movie theaters with $70M opening

LOS ANGELES (AP) — In the strongest sign yet that life is left in movie theaters, “F9" sped to a box office take of $70 million in its first weekend, the biggest opening for a film since the pandemic began, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Corus earnings: Corus Entertainment Inc. will hold a call to discuss its third-quarter results on Tuesday.
Banff is packed, but lack of international visitors leaves many businesses struggling

Banff is packed, but lack of international visitors leaves many businesses struggling

BANFF, Alta. — A walk down the main drag may make it look like all is well in the tourism hot-spot of Banff, where restaurant patios are full and nearby hiking trails are packed on weekends.
1st post-pandemic cruise ship from US sails away

1st post-pandemic cruise ship from US sails away

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — The first cruise ship to leave a U.S. port since the coronavirus pandemic brought the industry to a 15-month standstill sailed away on Saturday with nearly all vaccinated passengers on board.
Biden seeks to clarify position on infrastructure deal

Biden seeks to clarify position on infrastructure deal

WASHINGTON (AP) — Aiming to preserve a fragile bipartisan deal on infrastructure, President Joe Biden said Saturday he didn’t mean to suggest he would veto the bill unless Congress also passed a larger package to expand the social safety net.
COVID-19 restrictions could still limit celebrations as Habs try to win Stanley Cup

COVID-19 restrictions could still limit celebrations as Habs try to win Stanley Cup

Montrealers won't be the only ones to start celebrating next week as the Habs make a run for Canada's first Stanley Cup in 28 years.