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Maybe if they haven’t heard about the terrible hiring choices Catalyst Canada is making.
At least #BeccaToldMe gives us something to be proud of.
What about MOMs TO “A very mommy wine festival?” Something to be proud of? We’ll talk about it.
And we have to talk about Verrit because it’s so weird.
And more than 100 thousand Canadians were effected by the Equifax breach, so of course it’s on the pod.
- Get ready to update, because Google Drive dies next March via CNET
- Verrit, the new website for Hillary Clinton superfans, explained via Vox
- Mixing booze, babies not harmless fun | Toronto Star
- ‘A day to celebrate the people we can be’:Teen excited for Becca Schofield Day via CBC News
- #BeccaToldMeTo: Teen With Terminal Cancer Inspires Kindness Campaign via HuffPo
- Catalyst women’s organization defends choosing a man to head advisory board, again via As it Happens
- Do Canadian cities have a shot at Amazon’s HQ2? And should they want one? via CBC News
- What we know about the Equifax breach — and what we don’t via CBC News
- 10 things to try after you install iOS 11 via The Verge
Tags: #BeccaToldMe, Google Drive, Amazon HQ2, Catalyst Canada, equifax breach, verrit