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100000 Bell Canada customers could be affected by data breach
The company has alerted some customers that personal information including names and email addresses may have been illegally accessed.
Bell Canada alert prompts RCMP, privacy watchdog to investigate data breach  National Post
Bell Canada alerts customers after data breach  CBC.ca
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Cara Operations To Buy The Keg Steakhouse Chain
A woman walks into a Keg Steakhouse and Bar in Yaletown in downtown Vancouver, B.C. Tuesday, Nov.19, 2013. TORONTO - Cara Operations Ltd.
The Keg steakhouse chain to be sold to Swiss Chalet owner Cara Operations in ...  Globalnews.ca
BNN's Daily Chase: Trudeau meets world's elite in Davos; Cara buying ...  BNN
Bob Lutz And Tesla: The Difference Between The Old Economy And The New
Enrique Dans , Contributor Teaching and consulting in the innovation field since 1990 Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.
Big pay package for Musk, with even bigger goals for Tesla  TheRecord.com
Tesla just locked in Elon Musk as CEO with a $70 billion pay package  Business Insider
Bombardier risks losing contested US trade dispute with Boeing
Bombardier risks losing a hotly-contested U.S. trade dispute on Thursday which would effectively bar its C Series jet from the United States for at least a year, a potential setback as the Canadian plane-and-train maker races to meet its 2018 delivery ...
Two US lawmakers throw support behind Bombardier in trade dispute  Flightglobal
Netflix is in most American homes — and somehow still growing
The company is continuing to invest heavily in new content, which in turn helps to keep driving subscriptions. Netflix once again blew past Wall Street's expectations on Monday, posting subscriber growth that trumped analysts' expectations.
Netflix Fourth-Quarter Earnings Report: 5 Key Takeaways  Investor's Business Daily
Netflix now worth $100bn as subscribers surge  Irish Examiner
Ontario health minister helps homeless man who fainted during announcement on ...
Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins rushed to the aid of a homeless man who collapsed at a news conference on Tuesday where Hoskins was announcing a new program aimed at bringing health care services to Toronto shelters.
Toronto Shelter Users to Have Better Access to Health Services  Government of Ontario News
Ontario health minister leaps into action after man faints at press conference  CTV News
Trump move to tax some imports creates its own risks for US
FILE- This April 20, 2011, file photo shows some of the 30,000 solar panels that make up the Public Service Company of New Mexico's new 2-megawatt photovoltaic array in Albuquerque, N.M.
US solar panel import tariff to hit European, Asian manufacturers  Reuters
Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day  Bloomberg
Rising interest rates could negatively impact Ontario's economy: report
TORONTO -- Rising interest rates could have a "significant" impact on Ontario's economy as the already ballooning household debt is projected to continue to grow, warns the province's fiscal watchdog.
Rising Ontario household debt expected to go higher by 2021: FAO  Globalnews.ca
Ontarians are going deeper into debt: FAO  The Kingston Whig-Standard
TransLink unveils accessible transit fare gate program for SkyTrain, SeaBus
Omar Al-azawi tries the new accessible gate at the Sperling-Burnaby Lake SkyTrain Station. The system is based on a radio-frequency identification (RFID) which sends a signal to open the gate.
Made-in-BC solution improves access to TransLink fare-gate system  Vancouver Courier
TransLink rolls out universal fare gates for customers with disabilities  News1130
NL scores C- in CFIB's annual red tape report card
ST. JOHN'S, NL - While other provinces in Canada have made progress, Newfoundland and Labrador is falling behind on regulatory accountability, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB).
BC gets an 'A' for improved services and regulations  Voiceonline.com
Nearly One Third of the $36 Billion Cost of Regulation in Canada is ...  Manitoba Post