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Otis Technology Lifts Canada’s Next Tallest Building: Toronto’s ‘The ONE’

  • Otis to provide 23 elevators to 309-meter, mixed-use building.
  • First SkyBuild™ construction elevator installation in Canada will help crews move and work more efficiently on site.

TORONTO, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Otis Canada is supplying 23 elevators to One Bloor West, also known as “The ONE.” This project marks Otis’ first installation of its SkyBuild construction elevator in Canada. Otis (NYSE: OTIS) is the world’s leading company for elevator and escalator manufacturing, installation and service.

At 309 meters, The ONE will include retail, residential and hotel space. When completed, it will be Canada’s tallest building, defined as the tallest structure with at least 50 percent of its height used as occupiable space. Otis is providing 11 SkyRise® elevators, eight Gen2® elevators and four SkyBuild construction elevators, which convert to SkyRise elevators when construction is complete.

The SkyBuild construction elevator grows with the building, giving crews indoor access to the

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Medical technology innovation company, Thornhill Medical, ranked as one of The Globe and Mail’s Canada’s Top Growing Companies

TORONTO, Sept. 25, 2020 /CNW/ – Canada’s medical technology innovator Thornhill Medical is pleased to announce it has placed #62 on the 2020 Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies, thanks to verified three-year revenue growth (2017 – 2019) of more than 829 per cent.

This is the first year that Thornhill Medical has appeared on the ranking of 400 Canadian companies. Founded in 2004 as a spin-off of Toronto’s University Health Network, Toronto-based Thornhill Medical is a leading developer of innovative medical technologies, including, amongst others, its proprietary MOVES® SLC™ integrated life-support technology and RespirAct™ RA-MR, its investigational device used in diagnostic procedures to stimulate vascular reactivity. Funded by earnings and a Series A investment, Thornhill Medical’s ground-breaking products are produced to be used around the world by emergency health care providers, military medical teams and disaster relief responders.

The company’s ranking pre-dates its recent

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Canada’s Globe and Mail Offers Custom Brand Suitability for Advertisers with IAS Context Control

Marketers can now control their ad adjacencies with a wide array of contextual signals, including the sentiment and the emotional classification of content on a specific page. This enables advertisers to find the most relevant content adjacencies for campaigns within brand-safe and suitable environments. The powerful tool also delivers a precise semantic understanding of page-level context – this enables advertisers to navigate common homonym scenarios that keywords cannot (such as the difference between “gun shot” versus “golf shot” content).

Additionally, this cutting-edge technology allows publishers to more strategically categorize and monetize their content, leaving them better equipped to appropriately monetize news content versus competitive safety and suitability solutions.

“IAS’s Context Control is a gamechanger for the entire industry. Now advertisers can better navigate contextual adjacencies while publishers can more intelligently package and monetize their inventory,” said Lisa Utzschneider, CEO, IAS. “We are excited to lead the way alongside The

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New Technology Will Help Clean and Recycle Canada’s Mining Wastewater

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3 Big Dividend Stocks Yielding Over 13%; RBC Says ‘Buy’

After a four-month run of steady gains, September brought sudden, sharp, losses across the board. The NASDAQ, which peaked over 12,000 on September, has slipped just below 11,000, a loss of 9.4%, while the S&P 500 is down 6.7% in the same period. These are the deepest market losses since the crash of February/March earlier this year.The losses raise questions for would-be investors, most importantly, is this the start of another bear market, or just a correction before another run of gains? Whether this is an opportunity or the start of a bear, investors would be wise to take it as a warning. The bullish markets we’ve experienced this year will not last forever, and prudence would counsel taking steps to shore up the portfolio’s return potential. And that will lead investors into dividend stocks.RBC, the premier investment banking

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