Welcome to the gluten-free, sushi-less Olympic Games

Welcome to the gluten-free, sushi-less Olympic Games
As with every aspect of the pandemic-postponed Olympics, the virus will cast a long shadow on how people are fed The Tokyo Olympic Games are finally upon us. Most of the attention will be given to the athletes, the sports, the empty stands and, of course, COVID-19. But every Olympics brings the gigantic task of feeding an entire village of... Read More

Crypto community bets on Paraguay to declare Bitcoin a legal tender next

Crypto community bets on Paraguay to declare Bitcoin a legal tender next
DUBLIN – The cryptocurrency industry recently received a significant confidence boost after El Salvador became the first country in the world to declare Bitcoin a legal tender. Therefore, the focus is now on the next countries to follow suit with the crypto community placing bets. Data acquired by cryptocurrency trading simulator Crypto Parrot indicates that the crypto community believes Paraguay is the next country to... Read More

EV Battery Tech signs EV infrastructure agreement with automall

EV Battery Tech signs EV infrastructure agreement with automall
  VANCOUVER – Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp. (CSE: ACDC) says it has signed an exclusive agreement with Glenhalla Estates Ltd. to provide its upcoming Automall development with IoniX Pro EV Smart Chargers. The Company has signed an agreement with Glenhalla to provide the new IoniX Pro Smart Chargers throughout the Automall, with the potential to provide further energy storage... Read More

Gatling signs exploration agreement with First Nations groups

Gatling signs exploration agreement with First Nations groups
  VANCOUVER – Gatling Exploration (TSXV:GTR)(OTCQB:GATGF) announced that it has entered into an Exploration Agreement with Matachewan and Wahgoshig First Nations relating to the Company’s Larder project on January 1, 2019, as amended by Amending Agreement dated January 11, 2021. The Agreement sets out the framework by which the Company and the First Nations Groups will work together in a... Read More

New poll: Canadians expect work from home options from their employers

New poll: Canadians expect work from home options from their employers
OTTAWA – New polling data commissioned by CIRA indicates that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought transformative, lasting change to Canadians’ use of the internet. Having been forced to work from home, many people now say they want to continue doing so. Among the many changes, more than a third of those surveyed say they would refuse jobs with employers who do... Read More