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Toronto-bred ‘Heartland,’ 'Designated Survivor' actor Robert Cormier dead at 33

Toronto-bred ‘Heartland,’ 'Designated Survivor' actor Robert Cormier dead at 33

TORONTO — Robert Cormier, a Toronto-born actor whose credits include “American Gods" and the long-running CBC series “Heartland” has died at age 33. The funeral director at Ridley Funeral Home confirmed the death, but did not reveal a cause.
Canada's lack of Indo-Pacific strategy leaves business in the dark: book

Canada's lack of Indo-Pacific strategy leaves business in the dark: book

OTTAWA — Business leaders and former diplomats are pushing the Trudeau government to finally release its long-awaited strategy for the Indo-Pacific region.
Arizona museum exhibit marks end to de Kooning painting saga

Arizona museum exhibit marks end to de Kooning painting saga

PHOENIX (AP) — After a Willem de Kooning painting worth millions was brazenly stolen in 1985 from an Arizona museum, the staff clung to the hope that it would turn up one day.
Review: 'Smile' turns twisted grin into bland horror flick

Review: 'Smile' turns twisted grin into bland horror flick

I have mostly frowny faces for “Smile,” a bluntly unsettling and blandly grim new horror flick that wrings as much mileage as it can out of a twisted grin.
California governor approves farmworker unionization law

California governor approves farmworker unionization law

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A broadly smiling California Gov.
Cher appears at Balmain finale at Paris Fashion Week

Cher appears at Balmain finale at Paris Fashion Week

PARIS (AP) — Paris Fashion Week roared into full gear Wednesday with atmospherics and excitement over Balmain’s evening fashion-music festival spectacular — a star-studded charity concert featuring the latest fashions, members of the public and perfo

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (18,648.92, up 341.01 points) Power Corp of Canada (TSX:POW). Financials. Down 52 cents, or 1.63 per cent, to $31.48 on 8.
U.S. court ruling in Cineworld bankruptcy proceedings halts Cineplex case in Ontario

U.S. court ruling in Cineworld bankruptcy proceedings halts Cineplex case in Ontario

TORONTO — Cineplex Inc. says a U.S. court ruling will mean the Ontario Court of Appeal won't hear a case between the Toronto theatre giant and its once-suitor Cineworld Group PLC as scheduled. Cineplex says the U.S. court, where U.K.
S&P/TSX composite jumps along with U.S. markets as U.S. Treasury yields retreat

S&P/TSX composite jumps along with U.S. markets as U.S. Treasury yields retreat

TORONTO — The S&P/TSX composite index snapped a six-day losing streak Wednesday as it made substantial gains along with U.S. markets after U.S.
Canada's low-cost airlines expand services, announces Flair and Lynx

Canada's low-cost airlines expand services, announces Flair and Lynx

Announcements from two of Canada's largest low-cost carriers propose expansion in the budget leisure market.