Monthly Archives: July 2019

Capital One: Hacker gained access to personal information of 100 million Americans and six million Canadians

GENE JOHNSON – Associated Press UDAY SAMPATH – REUTERS PUBLISHED JULY 29, 2019 https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/article-capital-one-target-of-massive-data-breach/#

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Large Alberta oilsands mine in public interest despite ‘significant adverse’ effects: panel

ENVIRONMENT July 25, 2019 By Lauren Krugel The Canadian Press An oil worker holds raw sand bitumen near Fort McMurray, on July 9, 2008. An oil worker holds raw sand bitumen near Fort McMurray, on July 9, 2008. THE CANADIAN … Continue reading

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Innovation Energy: The hot new fuel that could bring jobs and growth back to Canada’s oilpatch – Financial Post

Like oil and gas, drills are used to bring the hot water and brine of aquifers in the earth’s crust to the surface. Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre BY GEOFFREY MORGAN ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: JUL 24, 2019 https://business.financialpost.com/commodities/energy/innovation-energy-the-hot-new-fuel-that-could-bring-jobs-and-growth-back-to-canadas-oilpatch

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Police in China are wearing high-tech sunglasses to match faces in the crowd to criminal suspects | National Post

AFP/Getty Images The Telegraph Neil Connor February 8, 2018 11:20 AM EST Filed under: News World https://nationalpost.com/news/world/police-in-china-are-wearing-high-tech-sunglasses-to-match-faces-in-the-crowd-to-criminal-suspects

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Losing the leadership of the free world – Macleans.ca

OPINION Scott Gilmore: Thirty years ago, it was easy to believe when Reagan said that America was a ‘beacon of freedom’. Nobody’s buying it today. by Scott Gilmore Jul 17, 2019 Reagan reading his last speech to the nation (Diana … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be working class in Canada? – Macleans.ca

Socio-economic lines are often erased or ignored in Canada. Here’s how I came to see my working class roots clearly. by Shannon Proudfoot Jul 16, 2019 Shannon Proudfoot with her parents, Mike Proudfoot and Molly Mislan, at her 2003 graduation … Continue reading

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Ford targets Tesla with its new electric-truck claim

Ford on Tuesday released a video of an all-electric F-150 prototype truck towing 1.25 million pounds of double-decker rail cars carrying 42 Ford pickups. Source: Ford Years away but Ford is not known to promote this far ahead so is … Continue reading

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