TORONTO -- The parent company of small wireless company Mobilicity says its debtholders have approved a plan to sell the company to Telus Corp.
Thursday 18.00 BST. The �animal spirits� of bullish US equity investors won out against uncertainty about Federal Reserve policy and concerns over China as the markets saw another remarkable day's trading.
TD bank also announced Thursday that it plans to buy back up to 12 million of its common shares over the coming year, or about 1.3 per cent of the total.
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A $22-million road extension will be built through south Kitchener after receiving approval from city councillors Wednesday night.