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Earlier this month our hosting company experienced a catastrophic failure after installing security updates at their data centre which resulted in our content team...

1200 Elementary students experiment with science and technology at ARTIE

The Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre (SSMIC) welcomed over 1200 elementary school students from the Algoma region had the opportunity interact with and learn...

Science North Funding will Benefit All Northern Algoma

Science North’s growth of programs and activities throughout all of Northern Ontario received significant support with a $16 million funding package from the Ontario...
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Facebook data breach hits Canada

Most of us use the internet without much concern about our privacy, but the Cambridge Analytica revelations have put that kind of faith in...

Data of 620,000 Canadians improperly shared with consulting firm: Facebook

OTTAWA — Facebook says the data of more than 620,000 Canadians was likely shared improperly with a political consulting company that is at the centre of an...

Local Robotics students earn an Invitation to the World Championships

Four district secondary school teams descended on St. Catharines for the Ontario Provincial VEX Robotics Championships to compete in the 65-team event and try...

Feds make crash avoidance systems mandatory for all new trucks and buses

OTTAWA — New trucks and buses sold in Canada will have to include crash-avoidance technology under newly approved federal regulations. Electronic stability control technology on school and...

Economic advisers pushing feds to focus on business investment, job re-skilling

OTTAWA — The federal government's economic advisers are calling for more changes aimed at driving business investment and helping Canadians acquire new skills as they brace for the job-killing effects of technology's march. The overarching...

Artificial intelligence to fuel a new cybersecurity race, say experts

MONTREAL — Technological advances in artificial intelligence are fuelling a new race between hackers and those toiling to protect cybersecurity networks. Cybersecurity is always a...
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Expanding Broadband Infrastructure in Remote Northern Ontario

People living in five Northern Ontario First Nation communities will be able to connect with friends and family across Canada and around the world,...