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One Degree Thursday November 17 2022

Canada needs a national media strategy, not a media bailout

Canada’s news industry has suffered declining audience engagement and advertising revenue. Many established news providers failing to compete against the world of unlimited choice offered by the Internet. The federal government has sought to solve this challenge with Bill C-18, the Online News Act. Yet this bill promises to only perpetuate existing dysfunction.


Hootsuite Unveils the Top Social Media Marketing Trends for 2023

Social media moves fast, and to remain competitive in what will be a defining year to come, brands need a complete view of the emerging trends set to shape the social landscape in 2023. Bridging this gap, Hootsuite is excited to today announce the launch of its seventh annual Social Trends Report, providing a deep dive into the industry behaviors guiding brands’ marketing and social strategies this year.


When big tech reports job losses, what happens to the people?

Job losses have been confirmed at companies like Meta, Salesforce, Twitter and others; in recent weeks and months, big tech companies have been announcing unprecedented job losses ahead of a looming recession.


City of Kelowna showcases new high-tech snow-blowing machine

Kelowna’s infrastructure operations department manager, Geert Bos, says the previous machine needed to be retired as it was old and would continually break down.


Online program brings financial literacy into Canadian classrooms

The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) and National Bank are collaborating with provinces across the nation for FinLit101, a new online program mainly helping teachers bring financial literacy into their classrooms.



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