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Union outcry as automation eats up 400 oilsands jobs – and it’s just the beginning

As Suncor Energy prepares to shed 400 jobs to prepare for the implementation of driverless ore-hauling trucks, the union representing workers at the company is publicly condemning the decision. READ…

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Suncor driverless trucks will kill 400 net jobs, says company – Calgary

About 400 jobs are expected to disappear at Suncor Energy Inc.’s oilsands mines in northern Alberta as it deploys driverless ore-hauling trucks to replace the ones humans operate now. “We…

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Adding pages to ‘See First’ in your Facebook news feed – National

Facebook recently announced the latest major tweak to its news feed. The changes, which Facebook says it has put in place to make the experience more “meaningful,” could mean that…

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B.C. beetles are shrinking as habitat warms up, study finds – British Columbia

Some of B.C.’s beetles are getting smaller because their habitats are warming up, according to new research from the University of British Columbia. The study, published in the Journal of…

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Elon Musk sells 10,000 flamethrowers in just 2 days – National

Elon Musk – CEO of Tesla and SpaceX – is now selling a flamethrower online, and they are moving like hotcakes. “I want to be clear that a flamethrower is…

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State of emergency declared in Swan River over dwindling water supply – Manitoba

A state of emergency has been declared in Swan River, Man., as the town’s water supply has almost run out and officials don’t know what the problem is. The town’s nearly 4,000…

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Canada testing ‘digital ID’ system that uses blockchain, biometrics to screen travellers – National

The Canadian government is helping to test a new airport security and screening system that will allow travellers to digitize and share travel documents and biometric information with authorities in…

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There’s nothing ‘simple’ about a blood test for cancer – Health

Hello and happy Saturday! Here’s this week’s round-up of eclectic and under-the-radar health and medical science news. If you haven’t subscribed yet, you can do that by clicking here. ‘Simple’ blood test…

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Bitcoin transaction fees, wait times are so high, some companies have stopped accepting them – National

While Bitcoin has proven a valuable asset for investors, there are still questions about whether the cryptocurrency will ever be useful for making purchases in the commercial marketplace. The digital…

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Plastic ocean litter boosts deadly infections in corals – Technology & Science

Garbage like disposable diapers, plastic bags and snack wrappers is getting into the ocean and snagging on coral reefs, leading to deadly infections that literally eat the corals alive, a new study…

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