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'Very depressing': CIBC staff losing jobs to workers in India, expected to help with training CIBC is eliminating up to 130 jobs in its Toronto finance department and sending the work to India. Staff losing their positions must train other local CIBC employees, who will then train workers in India to take over the jobs.
CBC.ca | 9 hours, 23 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
'They are scared': CP workers say rookie engineers ill-prepared for dangerous job Are Canadian Pacific Railway's rookie engineers ready to roll through B.C.s mountain routes after a few months of training? CBC News investigates.
CBC.ca | 9 hours, 23 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Federal Court orders public safety minister to make decision in immigration case In a withering ruling, the Federal Court has ordered the federal public safety minister to make decisions on sensitive immigration cases within a reasonable time frame, no matter how busy he is.
CBC.ca | 9 hours, 23 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
U.S. internet service providers get green light to sell user data but what about Canada? You might be pleased to learn that Canada, which often follows the U.S. lead on technology issues, has taken a different approach on the privacy of user data.
CBC.ca | 9 hours, 23 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
How will we know when police have earned their way back to Toronto Pride?: Robyn Urback Perhaps it would be prudent for Black Lives Matter to define some sort of tangible criteria delineating how, and when, and by what measure police conduct would be acceptable enough for them to participate in Pride again.
CBC.ca | 9 hours, 23 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Federal documents say 2014 China-sponsored hack cost hundreds of millions of dollars The presentation, released in response to an Access to Information request, gives a dollars-and-cents dimension to a 2014 data breach known mostly for its diplomatic fallout
The Globe and Mail | 9 hours, 23 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Alberta grey jay web cam may be a first, thrilling online fans A recently installed web cam in central Alberta may be the first to capture the breeding behaviour of Canadas unofficial national bird, the grey jay, and online fans around the world are tuning in.
CBC.ca | 15 hours, 18 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Inquest jury to begin deliberations into Regina woman's laundry-chute death The lawyer representing the family of Nadine Machiskinic said the coroner's inquest established at least a couple key facts. The 29-year-old mother of four fell 10 storeys down a hotel laundry chute to her death. And then she fell through the cracks.
CBC.ca | 16 hours, 18 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Kenn Borek Air crews honoured with Smithsonian award for perilous South Pole rescue mission A 10-hour mission from Calgary to the South Pole to rescue two sick workers has Calgary-based air crews receiving a Smithsonian award in Washington Wednesday night.
CBC.ca | 16 hours, 52 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
More than two dozen people sickened by E. coli linked to recalled flour No deaths have been reported, and everyone who got sick has either recovered or is recovering
The Globe and Mail | 16 hours, 56 minutes ago | comment? | recommend