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One Degree Monday July 25 2022

Canadians struggling with rising food costs need government help, advocates say

With the cost of living rising at the fastest pace in decades, Canadians struggling to put food on the table are turning to community organizations for help.


Keys to unlocking the doors to digital transformation

There is no one right answer to the question of what powers a company’s digital transformation. But according to Amine El-Karkri of FX Innovation, those with top-tier technology that lack vision and most importantly the right skills will struggle to innovate and thus fail to move the needle on their transformation.


McDonald’s Canada Announces New Ambitions To Help Feed And Foster Canadian Communities

Today, McDonald’s Canada is marking its first 55 years by sharing its ambitions for its future. The organization is announcing initiatives—both big and small—to make real and tangible change keeping the planet, food quality and sourcing and its local communities in mind.


Why a social media app is dragging the market lower

An average 347 million people use Snapchat every day. That’s a fraction of the nearly 2 billion daily active users on Facebook, its biggest competitor.



Cash-strapped but still trying to keep up with the Kardashians: How social media drives bad spending habits

It’s not just the allure of celebrities like the Kardashians anymore: Seeing influencers and even friends, posting in restaurants, on vacation or shopping creates a “Keeping up with the Joneses” mentality that is hard to resist.


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