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Netflix is increasingly licensing content on a global basis, particularly with its investment in original shows such as House of Cards and Daredevil.

Sorry Bell, accessing U.S. Netflix is not theft: Geist

Mary Ann Turcke’s comments provide evidence of the mounting frustration among Canadian broadcasters over Netflix’s remarkable popularity.

Demand for new condos like these in Toronto's Liberty Village neighbourhood remains strong, a new market survey released on Wednesday from condo research firm Urbanation says.

Unsold condo inventory drops in face of strong demand

Buyers rush to snap up recently completed condos as houses climb further out of reach

Home price overvaluation is a concern in two-thirds of the biggest housing markets across Canada, the CMHC said Thursday.

CMHC sounds alarm on overvalued house prices in two thirds of Canada's biggest markets | CBC News

Canada's national housing agency is warning of "problematic housing market conditions" in most of the country's major housing markets.

Average Canadian home price is $440K - what will that buy?

What kind of home can you buy for $439,000? | CBC News

The average price for a Canadian home reached a record high in March. Here's a survey of what you can buy across the country for $439,000.

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Amazon delivery drones tested at a secret site in Canada | CBC News

If your Amazon order gets delivered by a drone sometime in the near future, you'll know Canada helped make that happen. Here's why Amazon is testing its drones here rather than in the U.S.

Canada's electronic spy agency collects millions of emails from Canadians and stores them for "days to months" while trying to filter out malware and other attacks on government computer networks, CBC News has learned.

Spy agency monitors millions of Canadian emails to government | CBC News

Canada's electronic spy agency collects millions of emails from Canadians and stores them for "days to months" while trying to filter out malware and other attacks on government computer networks, CBC News has learned.

But what does it mean, legally, to get an infringement notice?

Canadian downloaders should expect a copyright notice in the mail

But what does it mean, legally, to get an infringement notice?

A trader on the New York Stock Exchange this week. Stock markets, oil prices and the dollar have all been volatile over recent weeks.

Riding through the highs and lows

Seasoned market watchers agree that these are volatile times. Thank technology, information, and an uncertain world.

The recent scandals that have plagued the broadcaster, brought on by its incompetent managers and toxic internal environment, further erode public trust in its existence. And that is a tragedy.

Amanda Lang scandal legacy of CBC's long corporate metamorphosis

A new scandal blew up at the CBC this week when the website Canadaland published an exposé charging that Amanda Lang, the broadcaster's senior business reporter and host of The Exchange, tried to sabotage an investigative story the CBC produced about abuses committed by the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) over the temporary foreign worker program (TFWP). The story aired in April of 2013 and revealed that the RBC was using an Indian company called iGATE Corp.

Ontario urged to modernize regulations for the Uber era - BNN News

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Manure tactics by Abbotsford, B.C., part of effort to evict homeless: lawyer

Manure tactics by Abbotsford, B.C., part of effort to evict homeless: lawyer

Pivot Legal Society is representing a group called the Drug War Survivors in a trial that is expected to wrap up next week

GLOBE EDITORIAL Snowden and the dark sophistry of CSEC

Snowden and the dark sophistry of CSEC

‘Levitation” might suggest a matter of levity, but the project of the Communications Security Establishment Canada that goes by that name is another unsettling example of “tradecraft” disclosed by Edward Snowden.

Canadian journalist resigns over paper's refusal to publish his story | Media | The Guardian

Canadian journalist resigns over paper's refusal to publish his story

Pulitzer winner claims he was unable to tell of anger about Arctic discovery

Canadian journalist resigns over paper's refusal to publish his story | Media | The Guardian

Canadian journalist resigns over paper's refusal to publish his story

Pulitzer winner claims he was unable to tell of anger about Arctic discovery

Home prices affecting retirement plans - YouTube

Home prices affecting retirement plans

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