Binance gets hacked out of 7,074 BTC, or $ 41 million

The crypto-stock exchange Binance has just been hacked after a major coordinated attack. Some 7074 BTCs were transferred from a Binance-owned BTC portfolio valued at approximately $ 41 million. A well-managed crisis Tonight, via Twitter, the company continues to inform users and has even made a live via Periscope to answer questions and be transparent. https://t.co/pnb2Q8hsAw — Binance (@binance) May […]

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Federal carbon tax deemed constitutional by the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal

Provinces that oppose the federal carbon tax suffered a first setback. The majority of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ruled that Ottawa’s rating system is constitutional. Premier Scott Moe promised to appeal, while Federal Minister of the Environment Catherine McKenna shouted victory. Saskatchewan turned to the province’s Court of Appeal to determine whether Ottawa’s carbon tax […]

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Winter costing the City of Greater Sudbury

In the first three months of 2019, the City of Greater Sudbury spent $ 2.9 million more than the winter road maintenance budget. According to an employee of the City, this would be due to extreme weather conditions. City of Greater Sudbury Director of Roads and Transportation, Randy Halverson, says spending is mainly due to the […]

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Tax holiday for Amazon

Amazon, which earned profits of 14.834 billion in 2018, will not pay a penny of federal tax in the United States. The boss of the company and the richest man in the world, Jeff Bezos, has lived a trying week, but he can at least rejoice in this news.  Thursday, Amazon canceled the construction of new premises […]

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How Organized Crime Washes Its Dirty Money

The RCMP took stock of its operation against a Quebec organized crime money laundering network (image): The sumptuous $ 7M residence of Nader Gramian-Nik, the alleged leader of the Ontario branch of the network, located in Vaughan. It is thanks to a sort of “world crime bank” that bikers and the Quebec underworld have been able […]

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Justin Trudeau says no to a single tax return

 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau closed the door on the Quebec government administering a single tax return on Tuesday morning. “We are not aligned with the Quebec government on the idea of ​​a single provincial report,” he said. He argued that the Legault government’s request, backed by Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives in Ottawa, threatens a host of […]

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Ottawa donates $ 40 million to Nokia

The federal government is providing $ 40 million in funding to Nokia’s research center in the Ottawa area to develop 5G cellular network technology, as its direct competitor Huawei is at the center of a diplomatic quarrel between Canada and China. Canadian Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains took advantage of the Davos World Economic Forum to […]

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They steal millions from notaries

Many of them have been victims of scammers with simple ploys Millions of dollars entrusted to Quebec notaries have been compromised by easily detectable frauds, Le Journal learned . A situation “highly worrying” in front of which the Chamber of Notaries nevertheless rejects any responsibility. Since last September, nearly a dozen notaries in the province have been the victims […]

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