AI what is it?

AI, or artificial intelligence, is the ability of a machine or computer program to simulate human intelligence, including the ability to learn, reason, and make decisions. AI systems can be trained to perform a wide range of tasks, from simple ones such as recognizing objects in an image, to complex ones such as driving a car or translating text from one language to another. The … Continue reading AI what is it?

New Burnaby restaurants reviewed

This text is from the Burnaby Beacon newsletter. Subscribe to it here! What’s on the menu: New Burnaby restaurants on our radar New Burnaby restaurants keep popping up and we’re here to keep you updated. From desserts to Korean fried chicken, pho and so much more, here are some newly opened and soon-to-open restaurants and cafes in the city worth checking out. The much-anticipated JJ Bean … Continue reading New Burnaby restaurants reviewed

Discrimination case against employee with latex allergy allegedly dismissed.

This text is from the Burnaby Beacon newsletter. Subscribe to it here! The BC Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed allegations that the City of Burnaby discriminated against an employee based on her latex allergy. Tracy Klewchuk alleged her superiors discriminated against her due to her latex allergy and retaliated when she formally complained about it. The BC Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed allegations that the City … Continue reading Discrimination case against employee with latex allergy allegedly dismissed.

Working two jobs without telling your bosses is becoming increasingly popular

Many Canadians are looking for extra income to keep up with the rising cost of living, and like many Canadians looking for extra income Mary took up two remote jobs at two different companies to help herself stay afloat. Mary with her partner has been granted pseudo-names to conceal their identity. And they are not the only remote workers working two jobs. There even is … Continue reading Working two jobs without telling your bosses is becoming increasingly popular

Large gathering at parliament hill on national truth and reconciliation day.

This text is from the CBC Morning Brief newsletter. Subscribe to it here! The reconciliation project is making progress — but not quickly enough for many people to gather on Parliament Hill for Canada’s first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in 2021. While Canada’s reconciliation project with Indigenous people is showing signs of progress, it’s moving much slower than many had hoped. When the Truth … Continue reading Large gathering at parliament hill on national truth and reconciliation day.