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Alberta shooting for a bigger film industry
After years of jury-rigging warehouses and dodging rodents, Calgary film and television producers are finally getting a sound stage. With a bunch of public money. But will it be enough to jumpstart the industry?
Instalment loans the new high-interest danger for consumers
The second fastest growing type of debt in Canada is a high-interest, subprime, unsecured, short-term loan called an instalment loan. Marketed to people with bad debts and poor credit, instalment loans carry interest rates as high as 59 per cent. But the
Big data trend now being applied to managing human resources
A growing number of human resources executives are starting to dig deep into computerized statistical data on employees, to make decisions regarding salaries, promotions, and even benefit programs, a trend that excites some and worries others.
Canadian IP addresses found in banking malware servers
Canadian IP addresses were among the targets of a newly-revealed exploit aimed at banks and financial institutions around the world from a group that could have netted as much as US$1 billion over the last two years.
Hefty AHS smartphone voice and data roaming overages cause
Prentice is not amused by what’s gone on at AHS, especially when he’s out there banging the drum for cuts to the budget.
A few days back Prentice said: “There seems to be a lot of smartphones at AHS but a large number of them don’t seem to have smart peo
Sun News Network shuts down
Sun News Network, dubbed by pundits as "Fox News North" when it launched in April 2011, went off the air Friday morning after failing to find a new owner.
Bombardier shakes up management
Bombardier Inc. has made a major change in top management, announcing the retirement of its chairman, Laurent Beaudoin, and the hiring of a new chief executive.
Royal Enfield races past Harley-Davidson in global sales
NEW DELHI: It's like David taking on Goliath, on the highway. Till now, Milwaukee-born Harley-Davidson (HD), which makes motorcycles with engine displacements over 700cc, has been chugging along unchallenged. But finally, an Indian 'heavy' bike maker seem
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