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Teck Resources to pay $2 million for SunMine solar project at Kimberley, B.C.

Teck Resources to pay $2 million for SunMine solar project at Kimberley, B.C.

VANCOUVER — Mining company Teck Resources Ltd. says it is purchasing the SunMine solar electricity generating facility in B.C. from the City of Kimberley.
Ahead in the clouds: Alibaba plans to change the Olympics

Ahead in the clouds: Alibaba plans to change the Olympics

LAUSANNE, Switzerland — Alibaba’s promise to the Olympic family is to bring its technological might to help organizers, broadcasters and fans.
CREA reports December home sales up 22.7 per cent compared with year ago

CREA reports December home sales up 22.7 per cent compared with year ago

Canadian home sales ended last year with a 22.7 per cent jump in December compared with a year ago as prices rose as part of a trend that should continue into this year, said the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Statistics Canada says decline in manufacturing has hurt employment for men

Statistics Canada says decline in manufacturing has hurt employment for men

OTTAWA — A Statistics Canada report reveals that the fallout from the country's shrinking manufacturing sector is affecting employment and wage rates of men and women differently.
US wholesale prices up slight 0.1% in December

US wholesale prices up slight 0.1% in December

WASHINGTON — U.S. wholesale prices rose a slight 0.1% in December as a jump in the cost of energy was offset by falling food prices.
BDC survey finds business confidence down, but companies still plan to invest

BDC survey finds business confidence down, but companies still plan to invest

MONTREAL — A new survey by the Business Development Bank of Canada suggests trade disputes and a global slowdown have undermined small business confidence in the economy, but firms still plan to make investments in their businesses.
Exec Randy Lennox on Crave's 'frenemy' relationship with streaming competition

Exec Randy Lennox on Crave's 'frenemy' relationship with streaming competition

TORONTO — Hardly a minute after sitting down with Randy Lennox, head of the largest Canadian streaming service Crave, and the vociferous leader is deep into an enthusiastic TV pitch.
Jet dumps fuel that lands on schoolkids near Los Angeles

Jet dumps fuel that lands on schoolkids near Los Angeles

CUDAHY, Calif. — An airliner with engine trouble dumped jet fuel that fell as a smelly mist on dozens of schoolchildren while the plane made an emergency return to Los Angeles International Airport, officials said.
Klum, Gunn back in fashion game on Amazon's 'Making the Cut'

Klum, Gunn back in fashion game on Amazon's 'Making the Cut'

PASADENA, Calif. — Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn are back in the fashion game, searching for the next big designer name on “Making the Cut.” The model and the mentor are embracing their newfound freedom on the Amazon show that debuts March 27.
Organigram foresees big revenue opportunities with demand for new products

Organigram foresees big revenue opportunities with demand for new products

Organigram Holdings Inc. is anticipating that consumers seeking non-smokable cannabis will help to further boost its revenues that more than doubled to $25.2 million in the first quarter. The company based in Moncton, N.B.