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Chinese factory churns out British flags after queen's death

Chinese factory churns out British flags after queen's death

SHAOXING, China (AP) — Ninety minutes after Queen Elizabeth II died , orders for thousands of British flags started to flood into a factory south of Shanghai. More than 100 employees at Shaoxing Chuangdong Tour Articles Co.
Queen's death creates frenzy for royal merchandise in Canada and abroad

Queen's death creates frenzy for royal merchandise in Canada and abroad

TORONTO — There are kits to help you crochet a miniature Queen Elizabeth sporting any colour dress and hat you desire, T-shirts bearing her likeness and “never complain, never explain” — an adage reportedly adopted by her late mother — and limited-ed
Queen's death triggers media bonanza in works for decades

Queen's death triggers media bonanza in works for decades

NEW YORK (AP) — When word came that Queen Elizabeth II was close to her death, media organizations around the world sprang to life, dispatching reporters to a royal castle in Scotland and breaking out coverage plans decades in the making.

Viana brand Veggie Cevapcici recalled over undeclared almond

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall for Viana brand Veggie Cevapcici because it contains almond which is not listed on the label. The affected product distributed by Tofutown North America, Inc.
Ukrainian president: Burial site contains torture victims

Ukrainian president: Burial site contains torture victims

IZIUM, Ukraine (AP) — Investigators searching through a mass burial site in Ukraine have found evidence that some of the dead were tortured, including bodies with broken limbs and ropes around their necks, Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelenskyy said

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (19,385.88, down 174.28 points.) Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE). Energy. Unchanged at $6.56 on 26.8 million shares. New Gold Inc.
North American markets fall Friday, ending a volatile trading week

North American markets fall Friday, ending a volatile trading week

TORONTO — North American markets ended the trading week in the red, with Canada's main stock index down more than 170 points and U.S. stock markets falling amid inflation worries and a stark warning from FedEx about worsening trends in the economy.
Compensating passengers for flight disruptions not enough: Advocate

Compensating passengers for flight disruptions not enough: Advocate

CALGARY — A consumer advocate says two recent regulatory rulings ordering Canadian airlines to compensate passengers for flight disruptions won't be enough to improve air travel in this country.
Trevali CEO resigns; embattled miner entered into creditor protection last month

Trevali CEO resigns; embattled miner entered into creditor protection last month

VANCOUVER — Trevali Mining Corp. says its president and chief executive, as well as its chief operating officer, have both resigned. The Vancouver-based miner says Ricus Grimbeek, who has served as CEO since 2019, will step away from the company.
WestJet suspends number of routes out of Halifax this winter

WestJet suspends number of routes out of Halifax this winter

WestJet is suspending a number of routes out of Halifax this winter. The Calgary-based carrier will suspend flights between Halifax and Montreal as of Oct. 28. Flights between Halifax and Sydney, N.S. will be suspended as of Nov.