2023 The Year Ahead.

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      Since its $754-million acquisition by South Korean internet company Naver in 2021, the company has become a global juggernaut. The AI company, founded in June of 2021 by University of Toronto computer science professor Raquel Urtasun, has raised $83.5 million from Uber and OMERS ventures, among other investors. A non-profit called 4 Day Week Global is running a pilot project with 160 companies across the U.K., North America, Australia and New Zealand - including Canadian organizations such as Toronto marketing agency Praxis, Montreal architecture firm L'Abri, and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada - to try out a four-day workweek with no pay cut for employees. 9 A Toronto company will churn out self-driving vehicles Waabi is poised to make driverless cars a reality. 10 Community land trusts will flex their collective power Last spring, Toronto's Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust and Circle Community Land Trust joined forces to take over management of 637 houses from Toronto Community Housing. [Extracted from the article]
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