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Governance experts say Rogers debacle shows shortcomings in corporate regulations

TORONTO — The boardroom feud at Rogers Communications Inc.

Rogers Communications Inc. won't appeal B.C. court ruling on board fight

Rogers Communications Inc. says it won't appeal a British Columbia Supreme Court ruling that upheld Edward Rogers' reconstituted board of directors. The son of the company's founder used his authority as head of the family trust -- which holds 97.
Quebec pledges to transition all government vehicles to zero-emission by 2040

Quebec pledges to transition all government vehicles to zero-emission by 2040

MONTREAL — Quebec says it plans to transition to electric vehicles for all government departments and ensure all its institutional buildings become zero-emission producers over the next 19 years as it looks to speed up its shift to green energy.
Organigram's new CEO opens up about company's future, U.S. pot legalization

Organigram's new CEO opens up about company's future, U.S. pot legalization

For much of the COVID-19 pandemic, the leaders of Canada's biggest cannabis companies have spouted lofty ambitions linked to a U.S. pot market they strongly believe is on the brink of federal legalization and will be their ticket to profitability.
Proof of vax required as strict mandate takes effect in LA

Proof of vax required as strict mandate takes effect in LA

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Yoga studio owner David Gross felt relieved after Los Angeles passed a vaccine mandate that is among the strictest in the country, a measure taking effect Monday that requires proof of shots for everyone entering a wide variety of
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: MEG Energy results: MEG Energy is set to release Q3 results on Monday.
EXPLAINER: Here is why crowd surges can kill people

EXPLAINER: Here is why crowd surges can kill people

NEW YORK (AP) — The crowd deaths at a Houston music festival added even more names to the long list of people who have been crushed at a major event.
Appeals court stays vaccine mandate on larger businesses

Appeals court stays vaccine mandate on larger businesses

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A federal appeals court on Saturday temporarily halted the Biden administration's vaccine requirement for businesses with 100 or more workers. The 5th U.S.
Oil tanker explodes in Sierra Leone, killing at least 98

Oil tanker explodes in Sierra Leone, killing at least 98

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — An oil tanker truck exploded near Sierra Leone's capital, killing at least 98 people and severely injuring dozens of others after large crowds gathered to collect leaking fuel, officials and witnesses said Saturday.
Edward Rogers say 'no joy' in events leading to court battle over company

Edward Rogers say 'no joy' in events leading to court battle over company

VANCOUVER — The head of the Rogers family trust says a British Columbia judge's ruling in his favour resolves important governance issues at Rogers Communications Inc. after a court battle that pitted three of his family members against him.