Canada ready to ‘impose costs’ on malicious cyberactors, advisers tell Trudeau

OTTAWA — Canada will work with allies to strike back at foreign cyberattackers and "impose costs" that make them understand the price of their wrongdoing,...

2020 Red Tape Challenge: Axe the fax

CFIB urges governments across Canada to embrace digital modernization Toronto, January 22, 2020 – It’s time for governments to ditch their fax machines and outdated...

Terry provides the SSMIC/RAIN with a $2.2 million boost to help Northern Ontario’s Agri-food...

Enhancing the competitiveness of Northern Ontario’s Agri-food businesses through innovation Government of Canada invests to support value-added processing and technology adoption to boost productivity   Communities, businesses...

Cdn military program seeking help to find and take out waste in space

OTTAWA — The Canadian military is looking for help taking out the trash in space. Over the last two years, the military's Innovation for Defence...

Canadian Medical Association Journal lifts online paywall to health-care material

OTTAWA — All new content published by the Canadian Medical Association Journal is now available to the public for free. The CMAJ says it's removing...
Phone Scams

Ontario looking to change jail phone call system, include calls to cellphones

TORONTO — Ontario says it is working toward a new telephone system for provincial jails that would allow inmates to call cellphones. Currently they are...
tires

Hamilton scientists find way to dissolve, recycle rubber from car tires

Scientists in Hamilton say they have found a way to dissolve the rubber used in car tires, which could help keep what is typically...

Statistics Canada expects move to the digital cloud will prompt some rumbling

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada is planning to move its information holdings to the digital cloud — a shift the national number-crunching agency acknowledges will prompt questions about the protection...

‘It’s a huge loss for science’: professors honour students killed in plane crash

Professors at several universities want to honour the young, promising scientists who were returning to Canada when their plane crashed in Iran, killing everyone on board. More than a dozen Canadian universities have confirmed...

Border agency’s digital device searches broke the law, privacy watchdog says

OTTAWA — The federal privacy czar says Canada's border agency violated the law by carrying out overly invasive searches of personal digital devices, in one case viewing...