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Insider tells why Anonymous 'might well be the most powerful organization on ...
There's a really good argument at this point that we might well be the most powerful organization on Earth. The entire world right now is run by information. Our entire world is being controlled and operated by tiny invisible 1s and 0s that are ...
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Ipsos Reid survey highlights east-west divide on oilsands support
Now that Enbridge Inc. and TransCanada Corp. are both suggesting they'd like to retool existing cross-country pipelines to bring Alberta crude to Quebec, Redford will likely turn her attention to those least in favour of oilsands development ...
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Microsoft launching new Bing design in bid to challenge Google
Microsoft Corp. plans to unveil a new design for its Bing Internet search engine to make results more social by listing related functions and content from a user's friends, without encroaching on regular query results.
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Bombardier CEO says Ontario needs to innovate to...
Bombardier first invested in the province through the purchase of de Havilland and the Urban Transportation Development Corp. in 1992 during another crisis in the manufacturing sector. �Many argue that manufacturing in ... Beaudoin said strengthening ...
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Two women from MaRS
By opening this blended value perspective on entrepreneurship so that it can be both for growth and change in the world - women find that very appealing.
Playbook, BlackBerry security features offer RIM a fragile lifeline
Scott Olson/Getty ImagesOfficers with the Chatham-Kent police force in southwestern Ontario use RIM's PlayBook in their cruisers to run checks on vehicles and suspects.
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Iran accepts Chinese yuan in exchange for oil
OPEC's second largest oil producer was using the currency to spend on goods and services imported from China. Initially, the non-barter portions of the transactions were settled in Beijing through renminbi accounts but, as a result of U.S.
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China's energy influence in Canada
... the years, occasionally resulting in dramatic changes to Canadian policies. In 1998, U.S.-based Ethyl Corp. sued Ottawa for US$251-million after the government imposed a ban on a fuel additive known as MMT, claiming the ban �expropriated� future ...
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Canada is world's biggest oil loser by buying high, selling low
TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone XL pipeline to U.S. Gulf coast refineries was delayed by President Barack Obama while Enbridge Inc.'s proposed Northern Gateway project to the west coast faces environmental hearings and growing opposition in British ...
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Canada's oil sands battle with Europe
Canada's battle with the EU began in 2009 when Europe - the largest economic market in the world - agreed to adopt a measure called the Fuel Quality Directive to reduce the level of greenhouse gases emitted by vehicles. Brussels has still not agreed ...
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