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Securities regulators giving relief from some corporate filings due to COVID-19

TORONTO — Canadian securities regulators say they are providing temporary relief from some required filings due to COVID-19.
Hurricanes and floods have prepared Alimentation Couche-Tard for COVID-19: CEO

Hurricanes and floods have prepared Alimentation Couche-Tard for COVID-19: CEO

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. says its experience adjusting to hurricanes and floods positions it well to meet the challenges from COVID-19.
Automakers shut North American plants over coronavirus fears

Automakers shut North American plants over coronavirus fears

DETROIT — Concerns about the spreading coronavirus are forcing most of North America's auto plants to close, at least temporarily.
Canadian Natural cuts spending, salaries as more producers trim capital plans

Canadian Natural cuts spending, salaries as more producers trim capital plans

CALGARY — Oilsands giant Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. is joining a lengthening list of oilpatch players who are cutting 2020 capital spending due to the COVID-19 pandemic and plunging oil prices.
North American stock markets plunge as oil tanks and loonie nose dives

North American stock markets plunge as oil tanks and loonie nose dives

TORONTO — North American stock indexes plunged, crude oil prices tanked and the loonie fell to a five-year low as COVID-19 fears continued to rattle markets.
Ikea, Roots join other retailers in closing doors due to COVID-19 outbreak

Ikea, Roots join other retailers in closing doors due to COVID-19 outbreak

More major Canadian retailers joined the effort to contain the novel coronavirus outbreak by temporarily closing their stores or tweaking operations with one grocery store chain reducing hours. Metro Inc.
Officials in border city of Windsor, Ont., say closure is for the best

Officials in border city of Windsor, Ont., say closure is for the best

The federal government's decision to drastically limit traffic across the U.S-Canada border will be well worth the economic consequences if it helps curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, officials for a major Ontario border city said Wednesday.
Meet the companies quickly pivoting to serve Canada's COVID-19 needs

Meet the companies quickly pivoting to serve Canada's COVID-19 needs

TORONTO — Looking for a way to help amid an outbreak of the novel coronavirus sweeping across Canada, Toronto-based Spirit of York Distillery Co. didn't have to go very far.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (11,721.42, down 963.79 points.) Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Industrials. Down 15 cents, or 25 per cent, to 45 cents on 44.
Fraudulent COVID-19 emails specifically target Canadians, security firm says

Fraudulent COVID-19 emails specifically target Canadians, security firm says

TORONTO — Cybersecurity experts are renewing their warnings that the COVID-19 crisis is a huge opportunity for criminals to take advantage of confusion as people are forced to work away from the office. A U.S.