Category: CP

Nov 30

As ChatGPT marks one-year anniversary, here’s how Canadian companies are using AI

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Personal Tech PMN Business Author of the article: The Canadian Press Tara Deschamps Published Nov 30, 2023  •  3 minute read Join the conversation Article content When OpenAI released ChatGPT one year ago, it instantly dazzled the world’s tech community and beyond. The artificial intelligence-based chatbot could turn simple prompts from […]
Aug 10

Aurora Cannabis slashes Q1 net loss as it eyes orchid business, further savings

Article content Aurora Cannabis Inc. shaved $590.4 million off its net loss in its most recent quarter as it continued its search for savings and began laying the groundwork for a future orchid business. The Edmonton-based pot business revealed Thursday that its first quarter net loss amounted to $28.3 million compared with a net loss […]
Aug 9

Canopy Growth sees $42M net loss in Q1 as cost reduction efforts continue

Article content Canopy Growth Corp. reported a $42-million net loss in its most recent quarter, which its chief executive said was spent making “significant and sweeping changes” that left the cannabis business “simplified, asset-lite” and ready to complete in the turbulent pot market. Among the changes David Klein trumpeted on a Wednesday call with analysts […]
Jul 27

TC Energy splitting into two companies by spinning off liquids business

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Energy PMN Business Author of the article: The Canadian Press Amanda Stephenson Published Jul 27, 2023  •  3 minute read Join the conversation Pedestrians walk past a sculpture outside the TC Energy head office in downtown Calgary, Alta., Friday, Sept. 16, 2022.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh Photo by Jeff McIntosh /The Canadian […]
Jul 9

As Canadian cities make pandemic patios permanent, experts call for clear standards

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article: The Canadian Press Rosa Saba Published Jul 09, 2023  •  5 minute read Join the conversation Article content At the height of social distancing and other restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, many Canadian cities rolled out temporary patio policies, loosening rules and waiving fees for […]
Jul 4

Rogers launches voluntary departure program to eliminate ‘overlap’ after Shaw merger

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article: The Canadian Press Sammy Hudes Published Jul 04, 2023  •  2 minute read Join the conversation Rogers Communications Inc. is offering voluntary departure packages to certain employees as it moves combines with Shaw Communications Inc. following its $26-billion purchase of the carrier in April. Rogers and […]