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16 hours ago
  • 44 secs
  • #technology
  • #MobileSyrup
  • Summary

“The location and timing of Unpacked should benefit Samsung, leveraging the festive vibe formed around the Olympics while getting the spotlight all by itself,” report the Korean publication’s industry sources.

Until the South Korean tech giant officially announces its event, it’s worth taking this with a grain of salt.

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16 hours ago
  • 35 secs
  • #technology
  • #MobileSyrup
  • Summary

Highlights include the Star Wars series The Acolyte, the third season of The Bear and Criminal Minds: Evolution.

Becoming Karl Lagerfeld (all episodes) Big City Greens the Movie: Spacecation Billy & Molly: An Otter Love Story Criminal Minds: Evolution (Season 17, two-episode premiere) For the First Time in Forever: The Making of World of Frozen Michael Strahan x Jon Bon Jovi: Halfway There Queenie (all episodes)

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1 day ago
  • 1 min, 8 secs
  • #entertainment
  • #CBC
  • Summary

"The complaint raises serious human rights issues that are systemic in nature, involve significant power asymmetries and potentially long-lasting harms, disproportionately affect a historically disadvantaged group," it says, adding there is a "strong public interest" aspect to Jaggernauth's case.

Among the many pieces of evidence provided in support of the complaint, the report points to a letter written by one of Jaggernauth's colleagues to the union in 2019 on behalf of three female hosts "that talks about the pay disparity that all of them have faced for years."

Lawyer Kathryn Marshall, who represents Jaggernauth, says she respects the commission's process but believes it’s up to the individual to decide if they want to tell their story, adding it’s “fundamental for justice” that reports like these see the light of day.

20 hours ago

CBC's upcoming scripted lineup is full of familiar faces, with hip-hop duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids, writer-actor Allan Hawco and comedy collaborators Jennifer Whalen and Meredith MacNeill leading new series.

It tells the "not even true, real life story" of the Haisla Nation artists' rise to fame and stars Quinton Nyce and Darren Metz, also known as Yung Tribez and Young D, respectively, who jump to TV after earning accolades in the music scene.

6 months agoIn this exclusive interview with CBC Indigenous, the Haisla rappers Darren "Young D" Metz and Quinton "Yung Trybez" Nyce reveal the inspiration behind their music and promise to visit Saskatchewan on their next tour.

1 day ago

A new government bill tabled in the House of Commons on Thursday would allow Canadians to pass citizenship rights down to their children born outside the country — a move that would add an unknown number of new citizens.

"We're a country that supports human rights, equality, and respect for all people," Immigration Minister Marc Miller said in the foyer outside of the House of Commons after he tabled the bill.

The government may have to request an extension from the court while the bill makes its way through the House of Commons, Miller said, but he doesn't want to wait long to fix the issue because people are being affected in the meantime.

20 hours ago

At that meeting, an agenda was proposed that set out dates for further study of auto theft in Canada and the statutory review of the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians Act.

A Conservative spokesperson told CBC news that the decision to bring up Genuis' motion for debate was a tactic on the part of the Liberals and NDP to prevent LeBlanc and Rodriguez from testifying.

Michael Geist, a law professor at the University of Ottawa, has been ringing alarm bells about S-210 for months, saying it's overly broad and proposes powers that extend restrictions beyond pornography platforms to search engines and social media outlets.

#Entertainment

Snotty Nose Rez Kids act, Allan Hawco returns, Baroness Von Sketch creators tackle menopause in CBC lineup
20 hours ago

Snotty Nose Rez Kids act, Allan Hawco returns, Baroness Von Sketch creators tackle menopause in CBC lineup

55 secs

Summary

CBC's upcoming scripted lineup is full of familiar faces, with hip-hop duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids, writer-actor Allan Hawco and comedy collaborators Jennifer Whalen and Meredith MacNeill leading new series.

It tells the "not even true, real life story" of the Haisla Nation artists' rise to fame and stars Quinton Nyce and Darren Metz, also known as Yung Tribez and Young D, respectively, who jump to TV after earning accolades in the music scene.

6 months agoIn this exclusive interview with CBC Indigenous, the Haisla rappers Darren "Young D" Metz and Quinton "Yung Trybez" Nyce reveal the inspiration behind their music and promise to visit Saskatchewan on their next tour.

U.S. suing Ticketmaster owner Live Nation
1 day ago

U.S. suing Ticketmaster owner Live Nation

58 secs

Summary

Shae Harding, a Taylor Swift fan and mom of two in Langley, B.C., says she couldn't get through the Ticketmaster website to get tickets to the Vancouver concert for herself and her two daughters when they went on sale in November, calling the situation "kind of a nightmare."

Thursday's legal action underscores the aggressive approach U.S. President Joe Biden's antitrust enforcers have adopted as they seek to create more competition in a wide range of industries, from Big Tech to health care to groceries.

But competitor ticket sellers have long complained that Live Nation makes it difficult for them to disrupt the market with practices such as withholding acts if those venues don't agree to use Ticketmaster's service.

Bell Media could lose bid to toss ex-CP24 personality's rights case
1 day ago

Bell Media could lose bid to toss ex-CP24 personality's rights case

1 min, 8 secs

Summary

"The complaint raises serious human rights issues that are systemic in nature, involve significant power asymmetries and potentially long-lasting harms, disproportionately affect a historically disadvantaged group," it says, adding there is a "strong public interest" aspect to Jaggernauth's case.

Among the many pieces of evidence provided in support of the complaint, the report points to a letter written by one of Jaggernauth's colleagues to the union in 2019 on behalf of three female hosts "that talks about the pay disparity that all of them have faced for years."

Lawyer Kathryn Marshall, who represents Jaggernauth, says she respects the commission's process but believes it’s up to the individual to decide if they want to tell their story, adding it’s “fundamental for justice” that reports like these see the light of day.

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#Technology

New on Disney+ Canada: June 2024
16 hours ago

New on Disney+ Canada: June 2024

35 secs

Summary

Highlights include the Star Wars series The Acolyte, the third season of The Bear and Criminal Minds: Evolution.

Becoming Karl Lagerfeld (all episodes) Big City Greens the Movie: Spacecation Billy & Molly: An Otter Love Story Criminal Minds: Evolution (Season 17, two-episode premiere) For the First Time in Forever: The Making of World of Frozen Michael Strahan x Jon Bon Jovi: Halfway There Queenie (all episodes)

MobileSyrup may earn a commission from purchases made via our links, which helps fund the journalism we provide free on our website.

Samsung to reportedly unveil Galaxy Fold 6, Flip 6 in Paris on July 10
16 hours ago

Samsung to reportedly unveil Galaxy Fold 6, Flip 6 in Paris on July 10

44 secs

Summary

“The location and timing of Unpacked should benefit Samsung, leveraging the festive vibe formed around the Olympics while getting the spotlight all by itself,” report the Korean publication’s industry sources.

Until the South Korean tech giant officially announces its event, it’s worth taking this with a grain of salt.

MobileSyrup may earn a commission from purchases made via our links, which helps fund the journalism we provide free on our website.

Freedom expands to Manitoba, offers 50% off a plan for three months
17 hours ago

Freedom expands to Manitoba, offers 50% off a plan for three months

31 secs

Summary

The above plans include unlimited Canada-wide calling and texting as well as the Digital Discount.

That likely stems from a CRTC decision in April that led Freedom to “suspend the launch of data-rich plans in Manitoba.”

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#Health

Healthy diets with only 10% ultraprocessed foods may raise risk of cognitive decline, stroke
1 day ago

Healthy diets with only 10% ultraprocessed foods may raise risk of cognitive decline, stroke

54 secs

Summary

On the flip side, eating more unprocessed or minimally processed foods was linked with a 12% lower risk of cognitive impairment, according to the study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology.

The impact on blood vessels that leads to stroke and cognitive decline may also be due “to the presence of additives including emulsifiers, colourants, sweeteners, and nitrates/nitrites, which have been associated with disruptions in the gut microbial ecosystem and inflammation,” they added.

When Jujhar Mann said he wanted to be a pastry chef on a grade school career project, he didn't imagine that pursuing his dream would land him on a popular Netflix baking competition.

AI helping to identify undiagnosed genetic disorders in children
1 day ago

AI helping to identify undiagnosed genetic disorders in children

15 secs

Summary

NEW Researchers have developed the world's first algorithm powered by artificial intelligence to identify children with undiagnosed rare genetic disorders.

When Jujhar Mann said he wanted to be a pastry chef on a grade school career project, he didn't imagine that pursuing his dream would land him on a popular Netflix baking competition.

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#Politics

Métis National Council president not seeking re-election
18 hours ago

Métis National Council president not seeking re-election

44 secs

Summary

Cassidy Caron was elected in 2021 as the youngest person ever to lead the organization, which represents Métis groups in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario.

The council was most recently thrust into the spotlight over a federal bill that seeks to recognize the self-government of Métis groups in Ontario, Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Caron maintained support for member groups' self-government efforts, but First Nations and Manitoba Métis stand opposed to the bill and its progress in Parliament has stalled.

House of Commons launches study of controversial travel spending rule
20 hours ago

House of Commons launches study of controversial travel spending rule

1 min, 8 secs

Summary

The House of Commons has launched a study of a clause in its spending rules that has allowed MPs travelling to caucus meetings connected to party conventions to claim hundreds of thousands of dollars in expenses over the past year.

Members of the Board of Internal Economy, which oversees the operation of the House of Commons and its spending, adopted a proposal from Liberal MP Mark Gerretsen to examine the exception to the general rule that prohibits MPs from claiming expenses related to partisan events, such as political party conventions.

NDP House leader Peter Julian defended the practice, saying holding a convention at the same time as a caucus meeting can help MPs incorporate a party resolution on an issue like pharmacare into their work on Parliament Hill.

NDP, Liberals claim Conservative filibustering derailed ministers' testimony on auto theft
20 hours ago

NDP, Liberals claim Conservative filibustering derailed ministers' testimony on auto theft

1 min, 0 secs

Summary

At that meeting, an agenda was proposed that set out dates for further study of auto theft in Canada and the statutory review of the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians Act.

A Conservative spokesperson told CBC news that the decision to bring up Genuis' motion for debate was a tactic on the part of the Liberals and NDP to prevent LeBlanc and Rodriguez from testifying.

Michael Geist, a law professor at the University of Ottawa, has been ringing alarm bells about S-210 for months, saying it's overly broad and proposes powers that extend restrictions beyond pornography platforms to search engines and social media outlets.

#Politics

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