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One Degree Friday April 15 2022

A Plastic Bag’s 2,000-Mile Journey Shows the Messy Truth About Recycling

When the British supermarket chain Tesco Plc first started ­collecting plastic bags and wrappers from customers to be recycled in March 2021, Caroline Ragueneau was thrilled. She was working as a retail assistant at a Tesco store in southwest England when the first white deposit boxes appeared, promising to turn what’s typically discarded back into something useful.


Citytv launches two platforms for streaming

Canadian television brand Citytv is lifting the curtain on two new streaming options that give viewers a different route to its entertainment and news.


If you miss BlackBerry, this smartphone is for you

At one time, BlackBerry was one of the market leaders in smartphones. But faced with competition from Apple and manufacturers of Android devices, the Canadian company did not hold up.


6 aspects of your life that suffer when you don’t get enough sleep

It’s a well-known fact that many of us are sleep-deprived. We try to convince ourselves that doing with a few hours less of sleep each night can add up to increased productivity, or at least a little more free time to continue scrolling TikTok. But the benefits of sleep cannot be understated.


Canadian funders say bridging Canada’s digital divide needs to be prioritized to address urgent social issues

A new report from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), the organization that manages the .ca internet domain, shows Canadian funders are feeling the urgency to tackle the country’s digital inequities.


For successful digital initiatives, try ‘multi-capping’

For most enterprises, successful digital transformation hinges on the ability to interpret customers’ changing needs, recognize technology’s potential to meet those needs, and leverage technology to generate revenue.


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