House of Commons can manage virtual voting securely if MPs want it, Speaker says

OTTAWA — House of Commons Speaker Anthony Rota says he is comfortable the technology is in place to safely allow MPs to vote remotely...

How mobile phones could help trace the spread of COVID infections

TORONTO — As provinces begin to reopen their economies, there's a movement afoot to use mobile phones to alert health authorities to new cases that could lead to future...

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For the truly nefarious, even a crisis is an opportunity. Canadian, American and European authorities have noticed an uptick in cybercrime incidents as more...

More hospitals part of plasma transfusion trial to treat COVID-19 with antibodies

TORONTO — The first two COVID-19 patients in Canada to receive plasma transfusions rich in antibodies are showing signs of improvement as the experimental treatment...
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Mobile phone sales ‘very quiet’ even as some stores reopen, Rogers CEO says

TORONTO — Sales of mobile phones have been "very quiet" and likely won't pick up until customers return to stores and malls that have been temporarily...

Virtual voting for MPs needed before House can fully resume: Trudeau

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says ensuring members of Parliament can vote remotely is holding back a return to more normal House of Commons...

Canada takes global role in countering electoral interference in cyberspace

OTTAWA — Canada is taking on a leadership role against electoral interference as part of an international cybersecurity effort. Privy Council President Dominic LeBlanc says...

HNCEA – Broadband Advisory Committee Looking for Members

Do you have a poor to non-existent broadband connection? Are you concerned that unreliable access to broadband for education, health care, family connections, and other...
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Ontario Leading COVID-19 Research in Canada

Province Announces First Phase of Research Projects to Fight COVID-19 TORONTO — The Ontario government is quickly moving forward with innovative research to prevent, detect...

Tech repair shops expect spike in customers, warn of delays and service changes

TORONTO — Canadian technology shops are warning customers to expect longer wait times and different repair experiences as stores re-open. Best Buy Canada Ltd. and repair chain...

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