Bank says it would exit consumer operations in parts of Asia to focus on wealth management and other businesses
Facebook downplays 'old' breach exposing info on 533 million users
Facebook is downplaying the significance of a data breach that saw the personal information of 533 million of its users accessed online, saying the information is old and the vulnerability that was exploited was closed almost two years ago.
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Premier Blaine Higgs raised the possibility of a faster rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations and a quicker reopening of provincial borders on Thursday.
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Masks4Canada calls for Health Canada to update mask guidance.
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Premier Scott Moe said his government will consider over the coming days whether more public health measures need to be put in place.