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Reddit is facing a major protest from its own moderators

Reddit, the “front page of the internet,” is making front-page news today, as many of the site’s moderators have made their communities private or restricted to protest recent changes to the platform. Many of the platform’s largest forums or subreddits, including r/pics, r/gaming and r/music, are preventing users from viewing the site or posting on […]

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Smith faces a slew of financial challenges in Alberta after election victory

After faltering about a decade ago in her ambitions to lead the Wildrose Party to power in Alberta, Danielle Smith found redemption on Monday night as leader of the United Conservative Party with a majority victory in the provincial election. Smith became premier in October after winning the UCP leadership vote in the wake of

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CFIB wants CEBA loan repayment deadline extended as businesses struggle – Business News

CEBA extension sought The Canadian Press – May 10, 2023 / 8:47 am | Stories: 425990 Photo: The Canadian Press The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says in a survey of its members, 78 per cent of them reported that getting extra time to repay their Canada Emergency Business Account loans will increase the likelihood

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Recession could be just what the doctor ordered for the economy

Breadcrumb Trail Links News economy Scotiabank chief economist says downturn could jostle the economy into a more normal, productive future Get the latest from Stephanie Hughes straight to your inbox Signup Published April 21, 2023 • 3 minute read Scotiabank chief economist Jean-François Perrault says that while the central banks won’t come out and say

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Report: Chinese state-sponsored hacking group highly active – Business News

Photo: The Canadian Press A Chinese hacking group that is likely state-sponsored and has been linked previously to attacks on US state government computers is still “highly active” and is focusing on a broad range of targets that may be of strategic interest to China’s government and security services, a private American cybersecurity firm said

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