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NASA scrubs launch of new moon rocket after engine problem

NASA scrubs launch of new moon rocket after engine problem

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA called off the launch of its mighty new moon rocket on its debut flight with three test dummies aboard Monday after a last-minute cascade of problems culminating in unexplained trouble related to an engine.
Loomis Express workers serve strike notice, could be off the job Wednesday

Loomis Express workers serve strike notice, could be off the job Wednesday

TORONTO — The union representing almost 1,500 Loomis Express workers in eight provinces say they have served strike notice. Unifor says the workers will be in a legal strike position at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday in their respective time zones.
RBC climate action mild enough to pass Texas fossil fuel test

RBC climate action mild enough to pass Texas fossil fuel test

TORONTO — RBC's climate policies have been deemed mild enough to pass a Texas test on whether banks are boycotting oil and gas companies. State Comptroller Glenn Hegar last week named 10 financial institutions including BlackRock Inc.
Milk to cost 6.5 cents more per litre in New Brunswick starting Sept. 1

Milk to cost 6.5 cents more per litre in New Brunswick starting Sept. 1

FREDERICTON — Milk will cost a bit more for people in New Brunswick starting this week. The New Brunswick Farm Products Commission says milk will cost 6.5 cents more per litre beginning Sept. 1.
Chorus Aviation subsidiary Falko Regional Aircraft selling eight aircraft

Chorus Aviation subsidiary Falko Regional Aircraft selling eight aircraft

HALIFAX — Chorus Aviation Inc. says its subsidiary Falko Regional Aircraft Ltd. has signed agreements to sell eight aircraft for a total of US$45 million in net proceeds after related debt repayments and estimated tax provisions.
'Quiet quitting' an opportunity for employers to help reshape the workplace

'Quiet quitting' an opportunity for employers to help reshape the workplace

TORONTO — Conversations about so-called quiet quitting are everywhere these days, and one expert says it's a "profound opportunity" for Canadian companies to both get it right with employees and improve the work landscape for the future.
UN agency to inspect Ukraine nuclear plant in urgent mission

UN agency to inspect Ukraine nuclear plant in urgent mission

KYIV (AP) — A U.N.
'The Invitation' tops tepid weekend at box office

'The Invitation' tops tepid weekend at box office

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The horror film “The Invitation” needed just $7 million to finish at the top of the weakest weekend of the summer at the North American box office, according to studio estimates Sunday. Directed and co-written by Jessica M.
Constellation Software signs deal to buy NexJ Systems

Constellation Software signs deal to buy NexJ Systems

TORONTO — Constellation Software Inc. has signed a deal to buy NexJ Systems Inc., a customer management software company for the financial services industry, for about $12 million. Under the deal, Constellation subsidiary N. Harris Computer Corp.
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: BMO results BMO Financial Group will report its third-quarter results on Tuesday, the last of the Big Six Canadian banks to report their results for the three-month