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One Degree Wednesday July 13 2022

Actors’ union targets advertising agencies over ongoing labour dispute

Unionized commercial actors are calling on two large advertising firms to sign an agreement that would guarantee minimum pay, benefits and set out working conditions.

The Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists organized rallies Monday in front of the Toronto offices of Leo Burnett and the Vancouver offices of Cossette, saying the firms have refused to renew labour terms covered by the National Commercial Agreement (NCA).

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Survey suggests Canadians’ stance on free speech is swayed by their political views

A new survey suggests there is a strong relationship between a person’s political perspective and their views on free speech in Canada.

Respondents who lean right were more likely to believe there should be no limits on speech, including the right to express hateful and offensive opinions.


Mobile, internet network outages hit police, banks, others in Canada

The outage disturbed some of the North American country’s top activities which was said to be improving late Friday.


Canada Internet Outage Due To Software Update, Not China!

Within hours of news breaking that Canada suffered a massive Internet outage, Vancouver Times posted a story claiming that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) identified China as the responsible party.


Google Stock Split Coming Soon As Amazon, Shopify Lack Boost

With Google parent Alphabet (GOOGL) poised to complete its 20-for-1 stock split after the market close on Friday, the recent splits by (AMZN) and Shopify (SHOP) may give investors reason for caution. While GOOGL stock could get a boost, both AMZN stock and SHOP stock have retreated since their stock splits amid the bear market in tech stocks.


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