The coronavirus pandemic has kept many office workers away from their workstations for nearly a year. And, with vaccines slow to roll out, it’s likely they’ll still be home for at least a few more months. While companies have found ways to use remote productivity tools such as Zoom, Slack, and shared document editing tools to substitute for in-person collaboration, most office workers have still gone close to a year without any quality coworker socializing.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) introduced a new tax credit available up to the 2024 income year only. Taxpayers with subscriptions to Canadian digital news media after 2019 and before 2025 could claim up to $500 in costs.
THE MOTLEY FOOL
First the social networks conquered text. Then they dominated video. And now, the new frontier: audio.
New app Clubhouse has garnered significant buzz for its audio-based chatroom environment, where users can join live conversations with people and topics they follow. Last month,
The social media platform Parler, which gained immense popularity among conservatives, has reemerged online after being forced to go dark in the wake of the riot attack at the U.S. Capitol building last month.