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New app puts health records at your fingertips
The service also allows patients to access health information online and chose whether to share the data with doctors and family members.
Watchlist: Quickly add all TSX 60, Dow stocks
Here's a really quick and easy way to add all the TSX 60 stock to your Watchlist so that you can check on Canada's biggest stocks at a glance.
Invest like a legend: Veronika Hirsch
HOW I'D INVEST $100,000 RIGHT NOW: I would buy all high-yielding dividend stocks—my cut-off would be about a 4% yield. I would buy BCE, Telus, Gibson Energy, MI Developments, Student Transportation, CI Financial, the Boyd Group and Labrador Iron ...
NB brothers look to bridge the rural-urban digital divide
Asked if customer experience has been sacrificed to growth, Mr. Maduri, a former Rogers and Telus executive, says every carrier must face the wrath of critical blogs and websites.
Bell Canada
Bell Canada launched as the Bell Telephone Company of Canada in 1880, and spent much of its history as Canada's monopoly telephone service provider.
Nortel trial to open old wounds
Frank Dunn believed he “rescued” Nortel Networks Corp. eight years ago when the ailing giant telecommunications-equipment maker reported a meagre $54-million profit in its 2003 earnings.
Competition heats up downtown as Morguard launches build
The Crown corporation, meanwhile, is marketing three floors, totalling more than 80,000 square feet, within its new headquarters at Slater and O'Connor streets.
Vancouver city councillor reveals BC Place ties
10 statement of financial disclosure shows her stakes in Eos Lightmedia Corp., Ball/Welch Holdings and Lightscene Ventures, the holding company for CD/M2 Lightworks Corp. Lightworks supplied the new LED lighting system for B.C. Place's roof and facade ...
Ethical Oil My Gas!
Of course, if the "ethical oil" crew and their Conservative government fan club really cared about foreign intervention that is morally and deeply wrong, they would have been the first to demand Canadian company SNC Lavalin stop building prisons for ...
Shuttered: Digital cameras killed Kodak, but smartphones will kill digital cameras
HTC Corp. is launching a new smartphone with a 16 MP camera, while Nokia Oyj directed countless research hours to refining the cameras in its new Lumia series of devices.