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“It’s better to solve the right problem approximately than to solve the wrong problem exactly.” – John Tukey

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Silence is golden about past pay/salary, yet many employers still asking about the past pay/salary.
Why is that?

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Data Science and AI jobs are not the jobs of the future anymore. They are the jobs of now. The future is now!
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Fluor and Kiewit win a multibillion-dollar contract to build a new petrochemical facility outside Edmonton.

Great news for a stronger Alberta economy.

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  • Rail Blockades Force Trudeau to Scrap UN Lobbying Push
    By Stephen Wicary Feb 16, 2020 (Bloomberg) Justin Trudeau abandoned a trip to the Caribbean to deal with indigenous-rights protests that have crippled Canada’s railways. The prime minister, who traveled to Ethiopia and Senegal last week hoping to persuade African leaders to back his push for a United Nations Security Council seat, said late Sunday he […]
  • Ottawa eases speed restrictions imposed after Saskatchewan derailment
    OTTAWA — Transport Minister Marc Garneau is easing speed restrictions placed on certain trains following a derailment in Saskatchewan earlier this month that spilled 1.2 million litres of crude oil and started a massive fire. Garneau says the move is ... The post Ottawa eases speed restrictions imposed after Saskatchewan derailment appeared first on Energy […]
  • A timeline on rail disruptions by anti-pipeline protesters across Canada
    RCMP began enforcing an injunction earlier this month that prevents interference with construction of a $6.6-billion natural gas pipeline in northern British Columbia. Here is a timeline of the dispute, along with rail disruptions by people showing so... The post A timeline on rail disruptions by anti-pipeline protesters across Canada appeared first on Energy News […]

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