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Power utilities forced to adapt as climate change brings wilder weather

The increasing intensity of storms that lead to massive power outages highlights the need for Canada’s electrical utilities to be more robust and innovative, climate change scientists say. “We need to plan to be more resilient in the face of the increasing chances of these events occurring,” University of New …

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Halifax coffee shop undergoes redesign to discourage laptop loitering

When a partial laptop ban at his Halifax café led to miffed patrons and headaches for staff, owner Sean Gallagher decided to do something more drastic to enforce his no-screen rule: a restaurant redesign. Gallagher said he shut down Lion & Bright for a week to put more emphasis on its …

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First big day of NCAA Tournament begins with 16 games

The first major slate of NCAA Tournament games is set to begin as fans scramble to fill out brackets and get ready for a marathon of college hoops. Sixteen games are scheduled for Thursday, starting with Oklahoma’s Trae Young, the nation’s leader in scoring and assists, leading the 10th-seeded Sooners …

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Preview: Suns at Jazz, 5:30 p.m., FOX Sports Arizona

Streaming live on FOX Sports GO SALT LAKE CITY — No one needs to tell the Suns how tough it is to deal with the Jazz these days. Phoenix has lost nine of its last 10 games with Utah, most recently falling 107-97 in Salt Lake City on Feb. 14. …

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Cardinals moving quickly with roster remake, reportedly adding QB Glennon and OL Smith

PHOENIX — With a quarterback or two finally on the way, the Arizona Cardinals were acting quickly to shore up their lineup with some early free agency moves. A person familiar with the situation said quarterback Sam Bradford had agreed to a one-year contract worth up to $20 million, with …

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Execs believe AI and robotics could change workplace for the better – study

Organisations believe that pairing humans alongside machine intelligence will create a more effective, engaged, and meritocratic workforce, according to a new global study released by software company Pegasystems. Pega surveyed 845 senior executives working globally across key industry sectors, including financial services, insurance, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications and media, and government, on the …

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