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One Degree Wednesday May 20 2020

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Flying Drones

In this drone beginner’s guide we cover everything from choosing which drone to buy, to figuring out relevant laws and regulations. You’ll also learn about keeping your drone in good condition and traveling with your drone! Continue reading below…


Want your employees to behave on social media? Spell out the rules

In recent years, employees’ personal use of social media has become a thorny issue for companies. On one hand, people who post positively about their job or workplace can boost a brand’s reputation — an important recruiting tool in an era when “star employees” are a valuable commodity.


Adidas to release commemorative collection in honour of Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope

Adidas Canada announced last week that it will be releasing a commemorative collection of gear in honour of Terry Fox‘s Marathon of Hope, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.


Bill Gates, who has spent years warning the world about pandemics and whose foundation is now supporting the race for a COVID-19 vaccine as it simultaneously fights challenges like malaria and tuberculosis, is a busy person.


Facebook hit with $9M penalty for making ‘false, misleading’ privacy claims: watchdog

Facebook has been ordered to pay a $9 million penalty after the Competition Bureau found the company made false or misleading claims about the privacy of Canadians’ personal information.


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