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One Degree Thursday May 13 2021

 VIDEOCelebrity worship and social media addiction are the themes of a new Canadian comedy. Global’s Kim Sullivan speaks to one of the stars, Schitt’s Creek’s Rizwan Manji and director Scott

GLOBAL

Canadian content creators feel left in the dark as Ottawa hits pause on proposed new internet law

Ambiguity surrounding the proposed Bill C-10 is leaving Canadian content creators skeptical on whether MPs truly understand the kind of work they do. (Clockwise from top left: Podcaster Sherley Joseph, YouTuber Christian Cantelon and Twitch streamer CanadianGamerMom)
CANADA

STAR

Canadian company to acquire Domtar in $3 billion deal

A Canadian-based pulp and paper company has agreed to acquire Domtar in a $3 billion cash deal that will see the company continue to be led by its management team and the Kingsport mill remain in operation.

TIMES NEWS

TWO CANADIAN STARTUPS PART OF TIKTOK PUSH TO PROVIDE MORE THIRD-PARTY INTEGRATIONS

Montréal-based audio software startup Landr and Vancouver-based video-first dating app Snack have already integrated TikTok’s new tools into their platforms. The tools, Login Kit and Sound Kit, are part of TikTok’s TikTok for Developers program, which aims to allow third-party apps to integrate with its platform, and are available for desktop, mobile, and console applications.

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