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Tech experts hope federal AI funding will help quicken adoption, commercialization

Tech experts hope federal AI funding will help quicken adoption, commercialization

TORONTO — Tech experts are hopeful that more than two billion dollars in federal funding for Canada's artificial intelligence industry will accelerate the adoption of technology and help businesses commercialize AI products and services.
Book review: A narrative that appeals to all senses

Book review: A narrative that appeals to all senses

A love song to life on the prairies throughout the year.
Cockrill offers to put accountability framework into legislation

Cockrill offers to put accountability framework into legislation

Daily Leg Update: Education Minister Jeremy Cockrill shows willingness to move on accountability framework, but is not willing to put multiyear funding agreement into contract with teachers
Northeast resident chosen to help update the Accessibility Act

Northeast resident chosen to help update the Accessibility Act

Dea Orendi says something as simple as walking through a parking lot can be dangerous for her as drivers may not see her.
Eclipses were once associated with the deaths of kings

Eclipses were once associated with the deaths of kings

Attempting to predict eclipses played a key role in the birth of astronomy.
'Like magic': Total solar eclipse moves across parts of Canada, crowds in awe

'Like magic': Total solar eclipse moves across parts of Canada, crowds in awe

"It was just remarkable, just an amazing experience," said one Canadian.
Traffic stop leads to seizure of money, weapons, 140 grams of drugs

Traffic stop leads to seizure of money, weapons, 140 grams of drugs

On April 7, at about 7:30 a.m. Moose Jaw police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 0 block of Coteau Street West.
Hollick retires as returning officer for Prince Albert riding

Hollick retires as returning officer for Prince Albert riding

Longtime officer closes a chapter after seven elections.
Oungre park to upgrade pool, thanks to successful fundraiser

Oungre park to upgrade pool, thanks to successful fundraiser

About $75,000 will go into Oungre park operations and maintenance, thanks to the ongoing support of local businesses and individuals, said fundraising committee chairwoman Loran Tosczak.
MPs clad in eclipse glasses stare at 'surreal' celestial event on Parliament Hill

MPs clad in eclipse glasses stare at 'surreal' celestial event on Parliament Hill

OTTAWA — Not even the vital business of Parliament was enough to keep MPs from slipping outside to glimpse celestial history.