Canada’s telecom industry faces challenge from deluge of spam phone calls

TORONTO — Canada’s telecom companies say they're close to fully implementing new technologies they hope will combat a recent surge of spam calls — including some...
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Carbon dioxide converted to methanol using ‘artificial leaf’ process: Study

An Ontario researcher said he has discovered a new, inexpensive way to convert carbon dioxide into a liquid fuel using sunlight in a process...

Bell wireless division in strong position amid changing industry conditions: CEO

TORONTO — Bell's wireless division had record third-quarter subscriber additions and it's in a good competitive position amid major industry changes such as new unlimited...

Small dollars add up for criminals

There are ways to maintain online security and avoid being scammed when shopping online, according to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). Online shopping is convenient...

Canada Post resetting online account passwords after data compromised

OTTAWA — Canada Post says it is resetting passwords for all online customer accounts after a report that some personal information may have been compromised in 2017. The postal service...
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Cybercriminals use lack of awareness to exploit

Protect Your Family, Your Business and Yourself Online (ORILLIA, ON) - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) believes that greater awareness can help prevent citizens and...

Ontario to spend $765 million to upgrade public safety radio network

TORONTO — Ontario will spend $765 million to rebuild and replace parts of the province's aging public safety radio network. Premier Doug Ford says Bell...

North Bay Regional Health Centre and Sault Area Hospital join partner West Parry Sound...

Beginning October 29, hospitals in North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and West Parry Sound will have access to a common shared health information system....
St. Joseph Island Maple Syrup Festival

College researchers help Northern Ontario maple syrup producers tap into science to solve sticky...

Buddy is no friend to Northern Ontario maple syrup producers. In fact, the unpleasant flavour — characterized by its burnt Tootsie Roll taste and...

Personal use of work smartphone may become more of a tax headache for employers

TORONTO — The use of a company-supplied smartphone, laptop or other electronic device is commonplace these days, and employers know full well that employees will use them both...

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