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Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

MONTREAL — The federal border agency is not moving fast enough to fill staff shortages that have bogged down airport traffic and revved-up passenger frustration, the union representing customs officers says.
Zelenskyy tells G-7 summit Ukraine forces face urgent moment

Zelenskyy tells G-7 summit Ukraine forces face urgent moment

ELMAU, Germany (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Monday underscored the urgency of helping his country’s military improve its position against Russia in a video meeting with leading economic powers, who in turn pledged to support Ukra

Backers of Calgary-Banff train say they need Parks Canada to get on board

CALGARY — The backers of a proposed $1.5-billion Calgary to Banff passenger train say they need Parks Canada to enact policies that encourage public transit. Liricon Capital Inc.

'Elvis' is king, alone, of box office after final tallies

NEW YORK (AP) — “Elvis” has won its box-office dance-off with “Top Gun: Maverick.” After the two films reported the same ticket sales Sunday, Monday's final numbers has “Elvis,” alone, as king of the weekend. “Elvis” ultimately grossed $31.
Canadian banks facing higher regulatory scrunity as they look to close U.S. deals

Canadian banks facing higher regulatory scrunity as they look to close U.S. deals

TORONTO — Canadian banks looking to expand in the U.S. through acquisitions are facing increased scrutiny from regulators and politicians along with renewed attention on past disputes.
Energy and metals help S&P/TSX composite rise more than 150 points

Energy and metals help S&P/TSX composite rise more than 150 points

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was up more than 150 points as the energy and base metal stocks helped lead the Toronto market higher in late-morning trading, while U.S. stock markets were mixed. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 179.
Stocks open slightly lower on Wall Street after winning week

Stocks open slightly lower on Wall Street after winning week

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are drifting mostly lower in early trading on Wall Street Monday as the market cools off following a rare winning week and the best daily gain for the S&P 500 in two years.

Link Group says Dye & Durham wants to cut takeover offer for company

TORONTO — Link Administration Holdings Ltd. says Dye & Durham Corp. has proposed to cut its takeover offer for the company. The Australian company says Dye & Durham wants to reduce its offer to A$4.

Cyberattack forces Iran steel company to halt production

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — One of Iran's major steel companies said on Monday it was forced to halt production after being hit by a cyberattack, apparently marking one of the biggest such assaults on the country's strategic industrial sector
Kenzo channels preppy, Celine goes for razzmatazz in Paris

Kenzo channels preppy, Celine goes for razzmatazz in Paris

PARIS (AP) — Kenzo’s designer, Nigo, found his groove for his sophomore collection at the LVMH-owned house, drawing vibrant parallels with house founder Kenzo Takada.