All hands on deck, matey, we've got a good ol' fashioned hostile takeover on our hands. Brookfield Infrastructure Partners is trying to take over Inter Pipeline, the biggest transporter of Alberta oil sands' bitumen.
Choo, choo, the stimulus train has left the station, and the next stop could be a station near you! The federal government announced plans to spend $5.9 b on transit-related stimulus projects with a permanent transfer to municipalities of $3 b annually.
Bad news for the somewhat distant relatives in your life who seem to spend all day sharing, shall we say, suspect political articles and memes on Facebook — the company is rolling out a new algorithm that will reduce political content in news feeds.
Still can't get an invite to Clubhouse? Neither can 1.4 billion Chinese nationals who can no longer access the app after the Chinese government blocked its use.
Clubhouse in Mandarin: Over the past few weeks, Mainland Chinese users have flocked to the live audio chatroom app. Chinese Clubhouse users flooded rooms and discussed everything from China's treatment of Muslims in Xinjiang to the latest in tech and business news.
The once mighty Canadian coffee chain Second Cup has been scooped up at the bargain basement price of $14 million by Quebec’s Foodtastic Inc. Second Cup's stock (TSE:AEG) is trading at less than a tenth of the price it went public at almost two decades ago.
If you're sick of paying Bell or Rogers for your internet, how about paying city hall? That's what a newly-announced plan in Toronto aims to do: create a municipally-owned broadband internet network that would be cheaper (and just as fast) as the big telcos' service.