UBC’s credit rating in peril if China restricts students travelling to Canada, report says

The University of B.C.’s credit rating could be at risk because of political tensions between Canada and China, according to a new report. That’s

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‘A major challenge:’ Report by railway in fatal B.C. derailment studied impacts of winter weather

A report by the railway company involved in this week’s deadly derailment in the Rocky Mountains details how challenging it is to run trains

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As Asian cities expand, millions who live in them are going hungry, UN report shows – National

Hundreds of millions of children and adults in Asia’s rapidly expanding cities are undernourished, and will remain so without “inclusive, sustainable and nutrition-sensitive” urban

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International students concentrated in Lower Mainland and Greater Victoria, report says

A report by the B.C. Teachers Federation says millions of dollars in revenue brought in from international students is unfairly concentrated in 10 school districts in

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Global News Morning Market & Business Report January 29

Clinton Orr from Cannacord Genuity Wealth Management speaks on the financial news of the day, including an update on the Huawei situation. Source link

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Facebook plans to deepen data sharing between Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp: report – National

Facebook is planning to integrate the infrastructure of all of its subsidiary apps, WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger, so messages can extend across platforms, the

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Facebook facing record-breaking fine over privacy violations: report – National

SAN FRANCISCO  — Facebook may be facing the biggest fine ever imposed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for privacy violations involving the personal

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Global Affairs acknowledges Quebecer may have been kidnapped: report

Radio-Canada reports that the federal government is not ruling out the possibility that a Quebec woman and her Italian friend may have been abducted

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Ontario judge’s report says little to no proof police carding has effect on crime or arrests

TORONTO – An Ontario judge tasked with reviewing the practice of police street checks widely known as carding says there’s little to no proof

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Some 911 callers in U.S. report busy signals as telecom outage knocks out emergency services – National

911 callers across the United States found themselves on hold this week as telecom giant CenturyLink experienced a national outage. According to the company,

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