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Supreme Court of Canada says a computer user's IP address deserves privacy protection

The Supreme Court of Canada says police need judicial authorization to obtain a computer user's internet protocol address, calling the identification number a crucial link between a person and their online activity.

Health agency emphasizes tighter research security after firing of two scientists

The Public Health Agency of Canada says it has taken steps to bolster research security after two scientists lost their jobs over their dealings with China.

Terrorism charges laid against man accused in Edmonton City Hall attack

Mounties announced terrorism charges Monday against a man accused of firing a gun and igniting a Molotov cocktail at Edmonton City Hall in January.

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Vending machines to be removed from UWaterloo campus over facial tech concerns

A southwestern Ontario university will be getting rid of more than two dozen vending machines after students raised concerns about facial recognition technology. » Read full article
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B.C. workers on minimum wage will see an increase of 65 cents per hour June 1

Minimum-wage workers in British Columbia will get a pay hike of 65 cents an hour to $17.40 starting June 1, a move the government says will help lift more people out of poverty. » Read full article

No evidence that data was extracted from RCMP during recent cyberattack: commissioner

The head of the RCMP said there was no evidence to date that personal or operational information had been pilfered from the national police force's systems during a recent cyberattack. » Read full article

Toronto Police reviewing protest that prompted cancellation of PM's reception

Investigators with the Toronto Police are reviewing whether illegal activity occurred during a weekend protest that led to the cancellation of a reception hosted by the prime minister for a visiting G7 leader, the force said Sunday. » Read full article


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