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One Degree Friday October 23 2020

Canada readies to rumble with a President Biden

After four years of trade clashes with the Trump administration, Canada would seem more than ready to lower its guard should Joe Biden win. Instead, it’s preparing for a transition — and for the new risks a Biden White House could bring.


Canadian professor’s website helps Russia spread disinformation, says U.S. State Department

As U.S. authorities guard against dirty tricks from foreign adversaries in the run-up to the Nov. 3 presidential election, an unlikely source has come under new scrutiny as a major conduit of Russian-linked disinformation: a Montreal-based website run by a retired University of Ottawa professor.


Five Tips For Success On Social Media

Consumer attention and marketing have moved online, specifically to social media. No matter what industry you are in, what product you sell or what service you offer, social media can help you grow your business. Navigating the intricacies of what works when it comes to generating more business and growing your brand on social media takes knowledge.


Google case shows antitrust gone wild

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump’s Justice Department filed a landmark lawsuit against Alphabet Inc.’s Google. It could roil Silicon Valley, lead to years of bitter court battles, and upend the business model of one of the country’s most successful companies. Yet the rationale for embarking on this project is far from clear


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