TORONTO -- The parent company of small wireless company Mobilicity says its debtholders have approved a plan to sell the company to Telus Corp.
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.
Canada's privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart says she's tried naming and shaming some of the world's largest companies into respecting the privacy of Canadians.
Marathon Oil Corp. has called off talks to sell a portion of its stake in a major Alberta oil sands mining operation, adding to a growing list of sales efforts in the sector that have come up dry.
Leading shares have fallen sharply from their recent 13-year highs, as investors took fright at weak Chinese manufacturing data and concerns that the US Federal Reserve might end its bond-buying programme sooner than expected.