École Ste-Marie students win a national award for their commitment to climate action

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Grade 5 and 6 students at École Ste-Marie (Azilda) were recently rewarded with a national recognition by claiming the first prize of the 2022...

Canadian tech community braces for possible downturn as stocks fall, inflation rises

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TORONTO — When Jack Newton looks around the tech sector, he has a sense of whiplash. Over the last two years, tech stocks soared as...

École St-Paul students to discover the transformation of larvae into butterflies

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At École St-Paul in Lively, grade 2 and 3 students will make wonderful discoveries thanks to the donation of Ms. Amélie and Ms. Tammy,...

Great Northern Ontario Roadshow comes to Garden River First Nation!

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The Great Northern Ontario Roadshow, presented by Science North, is coming to Garden River First Nation on Friday, April 22. With an exciting dash...

Canadian Space Agency awards MDA $269M contract for next phase of Canadarm 3 project

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BRAMPTON, Ont. — MDA Ltd. says it has won a $269-million contract from the Canadian Space Agency for the next phase of the Canadarm...

Science North Summer Science Camps open for Member Registration

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Registration for Science North Summer Science Camps is now open in Sault Ste. Marie and surrounding areas including, Blind River, Elliot Lake, and Wawa....

Ontario to mandate disclosure of employee electronic surveillance

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TORONTO — Ontario is planning to require employers to tell their workers if they are being electronically monitored. The government is set to introduce a...

Wattpad CEO wants machine learning, monetization to play bigger role in company

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TORONTO — When Wattpad Corp.’s co-founder thinks about the future of his tech company, he envisions using machine learning and data to tweak stories...

Raquel Urtasun’s tech company develops self-driving vehicle simulator

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TORONTO — One of Canada's leading autonomous vehicle experts has unveiled a way to help self-driving vehicles develop intuition and experience away from the...
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More than half of threatened companies paid ransomware attackers last year: study

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TORONTO — More than a half of Canadian businesses targeted by cybercriminals in 2021 paid the amount of money requested by their hackers, with...