Something for everyone

Something for everyone

Eight small Alberta municipalities, including Cold Lake, Okotoks and Taber, are making big leaps in their ability to serve constituents,...

November 2nd, 2006 Michael Tremblay

Something for everyone

Something for everyone

Eight small Alberta municipalities – including Cold Lake, Okotoks and Taber – are making big leaps in their ability to...

October 29th, 2006 Michael Tremblay

University president breached students privacy

University president breached students privacy

A former president of Athabasca University in Alberta breached a students privacy by disclosing too much personal information to fellow...

October 12th, 2006 Lisa Williams

Teens target for creative recruitment

Teens target for creative recruitment

Erin Ruiz is a tech-savvy 17-year-old from Toronto who spends most of her spare time in front of a computer....

August 17th, 2006 Mari-Len De Guzman

Going high tech in Alberta courts

Going high tech in Alberta courts

Not only does virtual technology enhance communication, it canalso be used to boost safety and security - at least that's...

July 27th, 2006 Lisa Williams

Ambrose to co chair Crossing Boundaries

Ambrose to co chair Crossing Boundaries

Federal Environment Minister Rona Ambrose is to be co-chair ofthe Crossing Boundaries National Council, formed to promote thedevelopment of Canada...

February 23rd, 2006 Bob Parkins

IAnywhere readies ‘Jasper’ database

IAnywhere readies ‘Jasper’ database

IAnywhere Solutions Inc. plans to offer the first details on Monday about the next big upgrade to its SQL Anywhere...

August 21st, 2005 James Niccolai

Societies united Canada – and inflamed the Cold War

Societies united Canada – and inflamed the Cold War

It has been nearly 44 years since several Western Canadian computer professionals first got together and formed a society to...

March 18th, 2004 Bernard Hodson

Privacy clock strikes midnight

Privacy clock strikes midnight

As of Jan. 1, all Canadian companies will have to abide by the rules and regulations set forth by Canada's...

November 28th, 2003 Chris Conrath