Cyber crooks increasingly targeting home devices: report

Cyber criminals are shifting their attention from traditional computers to internet-connected devices in Canadian homes, says the government’s cyber security…

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Alberta crude production cuts expected to create winners and losers: analysts

Oil production cuts announced by the Alberta government will have the desired outcome of reducing steep discounts on its oil,…

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BC Hydro puts out welcome mat for bitcoin miners, but experts urge caution

In the last year, cryptocurrency firms have talked about adding as much as 5,000 megawatts to BC Hydro’s electrical load.…

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U.S., China declare 90-day ceasefire on new tariffs: White House

China and the United States have agreed to halt additional tariffs as both nations engage in new trade negotiations with…

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72-year-old woman forced off Air Transat flight after requesting a barf bag before takeoff

When 72-year-old Anna Stratakos asked a flight attendant for a barf bag, she never imagined it would lead to Air…

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Lack of Romaine lettuce recall leaves grocers in a lurch

Grocery chains across Canada moved quickly to take Romaine lettuce that could be contaminated with E. coli off their shelves on Wednesday. But…

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How will Facebook keep people on Facebook? By helping them fall in love

For those who’ve been paying attention, Facebook’s growth appears to be slowing. It’s not clear why, but one theory is…

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More workers are tired on the job and it’s bad for business

Do you ever go to work tired? New research suggests you’re not alone. The results from an online survey from Robert…

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