Ontario Expanding Closed-Circuit Television Coverage to Keep Communities Safe

$6 Million Investment Will Give Police More Tools to Fight Crime TORONTO — The Ontario government is looking to partner with police services across the...

Canadians can now download new COVID-19 exposure-alert smartphone app

OTTAWA — Canadians can now begin downloading a voluntary smartphone app meant to warn users they've been near someone who tests positive for COVID-19. Prime...
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Special Report – July 30

On Special Report, Chris and Dani discuss the coming school year, COVID-19 Independent Commission into long-term care homes, Sudbury’s COVID-19 outbreak, and SickKids advice...
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Special Report – July 29

On today’s show, Chris and Dani talk about a research breakthrough for diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease, boat rescue near Mackinac Island, Plan A charitable work,...
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Quebec’s wireless prices lower than other provinces for similar plans, data show

OTTAWA — A new government report shows Canada's three biggest wireless carriers have lowered prices for a number of plans in Quebec since January...

National data standards in the works after COVID-19 highlighted info gaps: Hajdu

OTTAWA — As Canadians see COVID-19 restrictions lifting, federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu says she believes the country is better prepared for a second wave...

Collision wraps first year online, offering peek into future of tech festivals

TORONTO — When Paddy Cosgrave welcomed the world to his annual Collision tech conference on Tuesday, it was far from the event he envisioned...
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Google says it will limit how long it keeps usage data to 18 months...

TORONTO — Google is adopting new privacy features and data retention practices across its core products, which include its search engine, Google Maps and...
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Smaller, virtual day camps hope to replace in-person experience amid COVID-19

MONTREAL — Despite being allowed to operate, some day camps in Quebec and Ontario are turning to the internet to keep children entertained this summer. And...

Ross Romano announces an investment of $850,000 in Sault Invasive Species Centre

Province Supports Scientific Research to Protect Environment from Invasive Species The Ontario government is protecting the province from the harmful ecological, social and economic effects...

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