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Ontario government and not-for-profit partner to launch training project for both employers and job seekers

With funding from the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development's Skills Development Fund, the Cooperation Council of Ontario (CCO) will launch a major project that will help train and educate employers and individuals who want to optimize their tech and leadership skills in the job market.

Coffee Briefing May 3, 2022 – Equifax Canada’s cloud transformation; Innovate BC opens applications for Ignite program; Square launches Square Loans in Canada; and...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. This briefing is delivered by IT World Canada's editorial team!

Canada should limit police use of facial recognition technology, say privacy commissioners

Use of facial recognition should be limited to serious crimes and identifying certain people at the border, says federal privacy commissioner

Canada, U.S. in group of 61 nations vowing to work for an open internet

Signatories promise to resist efforts to splinter the global Internet

Data Driven Policing in York Region – Greg Stanisci, Manager of BI & Data Analytics

Recently, we had the privilege to interview Gregory Stanisci, the manager of BI and Data Analytics for York Regional Police. Greg is known across...

E-waste, tech’s big dirty secret

Few of us give a thought to the immense amount of resources needed to bring a gadget to life. It has been estimated that...

Quebec government embarrassed by web faux pas

The Government of Quebec has recently had to deal with some embarrassing incidents involving its presence on the web. On April 14, the ministère de...

Canadian companies embrace the Sustainable IT Pledge

On this Earth Day, there's a group of new signatories to the Sustainable IT Pledge, a commitment by Canadian organizations to cut emissions from...

Sunwing incident shows need for mandatory cyber breach reporting, says expert

"The lessons that need to be learned from this attack need to be shared widely," says CEO of Beauceron Security. Read why

Government rejects petition to amend virtual mobile operator policy

The Canadian government has rejected a petition submitted by dotmobile (also known as Data on Tap) to revise the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO)...

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Governments have beefed up their websites, released mobile apps, and embraced new technologies, yet they struggle to keep pace with what people want. Despite...

The GDPR is about to change your business. Are you ready?

When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on May 25th, it will have major ramifications for Canadian businesses. Drafted in part...

From Drones to AI Robots, Smart Cities Are Becoming the New Normal

Since the dawn of emergency services and 911, municipalities have used communication to enhance the lives of citizens. Over the years, these systems have...

How to achieve security compliance in the face of cyber threats

It was a great year for deceit in 2017 as hackers launched multiple successful attacks against corporations, organizations, governments, and individuals on an unprecedented...