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Quebecor’s Freedom Mobile purchase pushes it to big earnings gains

Quebecor’s Freedom Mobile purchase pushes it to big earnings gains

Quebecor Inc. says it added more than 1.8 million subscribers through its purchase of Freedom Mobile as it began to unveil new offerings for customers following its entry to the national wireless market last quarter.
Barbie, Oppenheimer ‘leading the charge’ to big profits for Cineplex: CEO

Barbie, Oppenheimer ‘leading the charge’ to big profits for Cineplex: CEO

Cineplex Inc.’s net income mushroomed to $176.5 million in its second quarter as The Super Mario Bros. Movie hit theatres and the cinema chain began preparing for a Barbie boost.
Finding the flow

Finding the flow

Wakesurfing with KYC isn’t just for the cool kids
Barbie, Oppenheimer deliver record month for Cineplex theatres

Barbie, Oppenheimer deliver record month for Cineplex theatres

Cineplex Inc. says it saw its highest July box office of all time as Barbie and Oppenheimer sent droves to theatres last month.
Pee-wee Herman actor and creator Paul Reubens dies from cancer at 70

Pee-wee Herman actor and creator Paul Reubens dies from cancer at 70

Paul Reubens, the actor and comedian whose Pee-wee Herman character — an overgrown child with a tight gray suit and an unforgettable laugh — became a 1980s pop cultural phenomenon, has died at 70.
Capturing the tastes and scents of the valley

Capturing the tastes and scents of the valley

Okanagan Spirits — locally made internationally renowned
Sinéad O’Connor, gifted and provocative Irish singer-songwriter, dies at 56

Sinéad O’Connor, gifted and provocative Irish singer-songwriter, dies at 56

Sinéad O’Connor, the gifted Irish singer-songwriter who became a superstar in her mid-20s and was known as much for her private struggles and provocative actions as for her fierce and expressive music, has died at 56.
Google DeepMind calls for ‘responsible’ approach to AI amid ‘eureka moment’

Google DeepMind calls for ‘responsible’ approach to AI amid ‘eureka moment’

The chief business officer at Google’s artificial intelligence research lab says the world is having a “eureka moment” around artificial intelligence, but we have to be responsible with the technology.
Canadian cyberspy agency says it disrupted foreign extremist activity

Canadian cyberspy agency says it disrupted foreign extremist activity

Canada’s cyberspy agency says it conducted operations in the last year to disrupt and remove harmful terrorist content spread online by foreign, ideologically motivated extremists.
Educator and TV host Sue Johanson, who helped destigmatize the joy of sex, dead at 93

Educator and TV host Sue Johanson, who helped destigmatize the joy of sex, dead at 93

Sue Johanson believed informed sex was safe sex and she shared that message broadly, becoming one of the foremost TV sexperts in Canada and the United States when she was in her 60s.
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