TORONTO — A new report on cybersecurity trends says several industries will be on the defensive as criminals increasingly target gift cards, loyalty points and other non-cash transactions.
Las Vegas welcomed 2018 with fireworks, big-ticket musical acts and unprecedented security in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. modern history just three months ago.
LAS VEGAS — An unprecedented number of law enforcement officers and National Guard members will be on duty when tens of thousands of people gather to ring in 2018 on the Las Vegas Boulevard, just three months after one of the world's most famous roadways became associated with the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Todd Bailey is fed up with delivery companies that drop his online purchases at his door.
WINNIPEG — A holiday shopping trip turned ugly for a Winnipeg grandmother after a security guard pulled what appeared to be a knife on a suspected shoplifter at a toy store.
REGINA — An Indigenous man who shot a video that appears to show him being followed at a Giant Tiger in Regina says he made the recording because he's sick of being trailed every time he shops at the store.
VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is giving its provincial lottery corporation more teeth to monitor the gaming industry amid concerns about money laundering in casinos.
An independent survey commissioned by Discover found that while 62 per cent of consumers are very or moderately concerned about identity theft or fraud, 73 per cent say concerns over recent data breaches won’t affect their holiday shopping.
VICTORIA — British Columbia's attorney general has announced a review of the province's anti-money laundering policies after reading a report about a casino taking in $13.5 million that police said could be proceeds of crime.
VANCOUVER — The former CEO of Tim Hortons denies he provided confidential information to one of Canada's national newspapers after the coffee-and-doughnut chain's parent company commenced legal action against a rogue group of franchisees it alleges were Don Schroeder's informants. 

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