Big Tech Is Zeroing In On Canada As The Next Frontier In The Cloud Wars

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Shopify leadership manages expectations for 2020 despite ‘spectacular’ fourth quarter: James McLeod


Its 47% year over year revenue growth is 'not something we expect can happen every quarter,' says CEO Amy Shapiro

‘It’s going to disrupt everything’: Blockades threaten to gum up Canadian economy: Cenovus CEO: Geoffrey Morgan


Alex Pourbaix says it is 'incumbent on the various levels of government to get together to find a solution'

The world is on the verge of something big with AI, and Canada could be a leader: Kevin Carmichael


Kevin Carmichael: Canada could develop an edge in logistics and supply-chain management

Big Tech is zeroing in on Canada as the next frontier in the cloud wars: The Logic


Cloud companies are hiring hundreds of employees to win over governments, banks and even the oilsands

Mobile World Congress cancelled after coronavirus makes conference ‘impossible’ to hold: Bloomberg News


It’s the first time in MWC Barcelona’s 33-year history that organizers have called off the event

Bitcoin breaks through $10,000 level with traders setting their sights on $11,000: Bloomberg News


The longest surge for the digital coin since June brought it to as high as US$10,481 on Wednesday

When the share buyback craze stops, this bull market stops: David Rosenberg: Larysa Harapyn


What happens when you combine one of the weakest economic cycles of all time with one of the most powerful bull markets

Canada’s big banks are going green — but they’re lending more and more money to the oil industry: Bloomberg News


The six largest lenders had $58.8 billion in energy loans on their books at the end of the fiscal year, a 59 per cent jump from five years ago

Shopify beats expectations as revenue jumps 47%: Reuters


Canadian e-commerce company swings into profit from $1.5 million loss last year

Canada stalled as blockades shut down rail networks and the movement of goods and people: Julia Mastroianni


More than 150 freight trains have been idled since the blockades and passenger services have been cut back in Ontario, Quebec and B.C.

Canada stalled as blockades shut down rail networks and the movement of goods and people: Julia Mastroianni


Protestors delayed the start of the spring session of the B.C. legislature by physically blocking access to the B.C. Legislature building in Victoria on Tuesday

Balsillie group pushes for standardized, online IP curriculum for Ontario universities and colleges: James McLeod


'I’m very optimistic they’re going to move with priority and haste on this'

Alberta fires back at First Nations chief critical of province’s consultation on Frontier oilsands project: Geoffrey Morgan


Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation chief called provincial government's offers to mitigate the effects of the oilsands project 'chump change'

How America’s 1% came to dominate stock ownership: Financial Times


Market’s tenfold gain since 1990 mostly has gone to the richest part of the population

Why Mexico drew the line on including aluminum in tougher auto rules under new NAFTA: Naomi Powell


The provision has drawn criticism from Bloc leader for failing to provide equal protection for Quebec's aluminum industry

Why CIBC’s Benjamin Tal expects the Bank of Canada to cut interest rates this year: Larysa Harapyn


CIBC's chief economist says economic growth in 2020 will be nothing to write home about

Location really is everything when it comes to dividing family property amid bankruptcy: Special to Financial Post


Laurie H. Pawlitza: Whether a former spouse's pension can be shared after bankruptcy depends entirely on where he or she lives

Biggest risk to CMHC’s mortgage insurance business is a slow-moving economic crisis, report warns: Geoff Zochodne


KPMG report deems housing agency’s financial condition ’satisfactory’

TSX just hit a record high on rebound in oil: Reuters


Hopes that coronavirus has peaked

Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet is the game studio sitcom you didn’t know you needed: Chad Sapieha


Sharp workplace comedy from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia creators is the antidote for Hollywood's terrible video game film adaptations


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