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"Google’s parent Alphabet looks at ‘high-tech city’ for Canada"

Ethan Baron, siliconbeat

"After decades of slumping back with a beer and relying on timber, hydroelectric power, mining and petroleum to keep its economy running, Canada has finally awoken to the need to jump on the innovation train."

"The country whose best-known export (aside from Dudley Do-Right) was the pioneering but ill-fated Blackberry phone is now moving aggressively into tech."

"And Google’s parent Alphabet is right there with them, reportedly."

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