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EU nations fail to close rift on gas prices as cold sets in

EU nations fail to close rift on gas prices as cold sets in

BRUSSELS (AP) — On winter's doorstep, European Union nations again failed to bridge bitter disagreements over a natural gas price cap Thursday as they struggle to effectively shield 450 million citizens from massive increases in their utility bills .
How the elimination of interest on federal student loans could give graduates a boost

How the elimination of interest on federal student loans could give graduates a boost

Lee Nisar has racked up about $50,000 in student loans. "I avoid looking at my student loan account for my own well-being most of the time," said Nisar, who is a master's student at Toronto Metropolitan University.
Retailers look for Black Friday comeback as inflation has shoppers hunting for deals

Retailers look for Black Friday comeback as inflation has shoppers hunting for deals

Annie Titheridge's plan is to arrive at the mall before it opens, buy gifts for everyone on her list and beat the afternoon rush-hour traffic home.
Carbon pricing good idea complicated by rising energy costs: Nova Scotia advocate

Carbon pricing good idea complicated by rising energy costs: Nova Scotia advocate

HALIFAX — An affordable energy advocate says the imposition of consumer carbon pricing in Nova Scotia is a good idea, but adds that rising energy costs continue to pose problems for people with lower incomes.
'Bodies drop' as Walmart manager kills 6 in Virginia attack

'Bodies drop' as Walmart manager kills 6 in Virginia attack

CHESAPEAKE, Va.
Oil and gas drilling sector wants federal tax credit to help it decarbonize

Oil and gas drilling sector wants federal tax credit to help it decarbonize

CALGARY — The organization representing Canada's oil and gas drilling sector is asking the federal government to create a new tax credit it says it needs to help the industry decarbonize.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO, Ohio — Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (20,282.26, up 62.25): Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Energy. Down 57 cents, or 1.2 per cent, to $47.72 on 18.4 million shares.
Tech stocks helps lift S&P/TSX composite despite energy sector weakness as oil falls

Tech stocks helps lift S&P/TSX composite despite energy sector weakness as oil falls

TORONTO — Optimism on a potential moderation in rate hikes helped boost growth sectors like technology on Canada's main stock index Wednesday and more than offset losses on the energy side as oil prices fell. U.S.
Barrick Gold facing lawsuit alleging Tanzanians were killed, injured by police

Barrick Gold facing lawsuit alleging Tanzanians were killed, injured by police

TORONTO — A group of more than 20 Tanzanians and their family members have filed a lawsuit against Barrick Gold Corp., alleging they or their loved ones were beaten, shot at or killed by police at one of the company's mines in the African country.
Stocks gain ground on Wall Street ahead of US holiday

Stocks gain ground on Wall Street ahead of US holiday

NEW YORK — Stocks closed broadly higher on Wall Street Wednesday, after the minutes from the Federal Reserve's most recent policy meeting showed central bank officials agreed that smaller rate hikes would likely be appropriate “soon.