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New mandatory breach regulations under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act come into effect on 1 November.  Companies will be required to keep internal records for all breaches …

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Matches are made in heaven, or so we are told. But in today’s hyper-connected world, matches are increasingly made in cyberspace, and real estate is increasingly no exception. The Uber …

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Beer may become much more expensive A week after a United Nations report described the consequences of dangerous levels of climate change, a report is suggesting that beer prices could …

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Take a look at what we’ve had our eyes on this week Three examples that we are in a period of massive and rapid disrupt. Self-driving snowplows to clear Norwegian …

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    It’s Back, our weekly “in the news” series where we highlight what has caught our eye over the past week. FUTURE OF FINTECH In 2018 alone, over 22,000 …

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  Ten Amazing Canadian Business Facts You Might Not Know In honour of Canada Day, we bring you the top 10 things you might not know about Canada’s businesses. North …

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New atlas of Indigenous Peoples reveals country ‘before the lines were drawn’ The Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada will soon be available from the Royal Canadian Geographic Society.  There will …

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John Ivison: Canada’s senior bureaucrat and top auditor are having an unprecedented feud over the public service The Auditor General and the Clerk of the Privy Council (Canada’s top public …

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Summer school for budding Indigenous health researchers ‘a big deal’ The first-ever Ontario Indigenous Mentorship Network (IMN) summer school is underway in Sudbury, Ont. Twenty-five grad students involved in Indigenous …