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One Degree Thursday April 9 2020

Tech companies may leave Alberta over Kenney’s devotion to oilpatch

The Alberta government’s decision to commit billions of dollars to support the Keystone XL oil pipeline came as a surprise when it was announced last week, despite the government working with TC Energy for about six months, according to officials.


Canadian News Media In Trouble As Ad Revenues Plunge In COVID-19 Crisis

The federal government needs to move quickly to support the Canadian news industry amid the economic downturn brought about by the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, an industry spokesman said Monday.


Toronto BIA offering $500 grants to help members create online stores

A Toronto business improvement area is offering its members grants of $500 each so they can develop online stores and move their operations to the web in wake of the global coronavirus pandemic.


Did you know that SEO drives 22% of all website visits?

Search Engine Optimization drives 22% of all website visits, making it “one of the largest traffic producers for most brands (if not the largest),” according to Merkle’s 2019 Digital Media report.


How social networks can neutralize trolls

Dan Patterson, a Senior Producer for CBS News and CNET, interviewed Brian McCullough, host of the daily Techmeme Ride Home podcast, about how regulations may make the internet better and safer. The following is an edited transcript of the interview.


National Canadian Film Day is coming to living rooms everywhere on April 22

The seventh annual National Canadian Film Day (NCFD) on April 22nd will unite Canadians in a celebration of our cinematic culture by moving screenings and events online.



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