MONTREAL - The Sun News Network is no longer being carried on Bell Satellite TV because there’s no fee agreement with owner Quebecor to carry it, says Bell (TSX:BCE). The all-news and talk channel was launched by Quebecor (TSX:QBR.B) last month and was removed from Bell’s Satellite TV lineup on Tuesday.
TORONTO (Reuters) – Toronto’s main stock index fell broadly shortly after the open on Tuesday, led down by weaker commodity-linked shares as prices for oil and copper dropped.
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market was sharply lower Tuesday with resource stocks leading decliners as a stronger U.S. dollar pressured oil and gold prices. The S&P/TSX composite index fell 97.21 points to 13,837.3 while the TSX Venture Exchange slipped 8.57 points to 2,198.83.
MONTREAL - Air Canada pilots are far from a strike vote even if they spurn the airline’s hardball stance against renegotiating a collective agreement, the union’s president said Monday. “We’re a long way away from the end of the road,” Capt. Paul Strachan said in an interview
TORONTO - Centerra Gold Inc. is keeping its eye on potential acquisition targets, even as it pays out nearly $100 million in dividends to shareholders.
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market was higher Monday on higher commodity prices and news that al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden has been killed, removing a potential threat to global stability.
TORONTO - SunOpta Inc. (Nasdaq:STKL;TSX:SOY), a seller of natural, organic and specialty foods, has sold its frozen fruit processing business in Mexico a private company Fruvemex Mexicali S.A
TORONTO - Higher gold, silver, zinc and copper prices helped Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd.
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market fell into the red as markets opened after a report showed the U.S. economy grew at a slower-than-expected pace in the first quarter. The S&P/TSX composite index lost 41.5 points to 13851.1 as the mining and energy sectors weighed on the markets.
TORONTO (Reuters) – Toronto’s main stock index was lower in early trade on Thursday, weighed down by energy and financial issues. The Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX composite index ticked higher at the open, then quickly turned lower. It was down 8.06 points at 13,884.51.