Copyright reform law returns with digital locks rule

Copyright reform law returns with digital locks rule

The federal government is attempting to reform Canada’s copyright laws yet again, introducing legislation that will make it illegal for...

September 29th, 2011 Rafael Ruffolo

Why CRTC chairman won’t get a second term

Why CRTC chairman won’t get a second term

To no one’s surprise, Konrad von Finckenstein won’t be appointed to a second five-year term as chairman of the country’s...

September 27th, 2011 Howard Solomon

Health Canada research project taps CANARIE for network

Health Canada research project taps CANARIE for network

While Ottawa, Ont.-based CANARIE may not be the only FiOS infrastructure out there for high data yield research, there are...

September 27th, 2011 jd speedy

Emergency agencies watch U.S. for wireless network

Emergency agencies watch U.S. for wireless network

Billion-dollar wireless carriers aren’t the only ones anxiously waiting for the Harper government to set policies for the upcoming 700...

September 20th, 2011 Howard Solomon

The future of passports

The future of passports

The future of passports isn't far off, and it isn't in paper. While security features for current passports are printed...

September 15th, 2011 jd speedy

IBM stakes $20M in Southern Ontario Water Consortium

IBM stakes $20M in Southern Ontario Water Consortium

In an attempt to marry technology development, economic growth and environmental consciousness, Armonk, New York-based IBM Corp. has pledged $20...

August 24th, 2011 jd speedy

Ensuring fair Internet access critical, says CRTC

Ensuring fair Internet access critical, says CRTC

The convergence of telecommunications and broadcasting – where phone and cable companies buy TV networks and cellphones carry TV signals...

August 18th, 2011 Howard Solomon

Ontario government

Ontario government

Dr. Mark Vale, who died last Friday at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, is best remembered for having led the development...

August 16th, 2011 jd speedy

Federal government to axe data centres, e-mail systems

Federal government to axe data centres, e-mail systems

The Canadian government unveiled a plan on Thursday which aims to slash five to 10 per cent of IT spending...

August 4th, 2011 Rafael Ruffolo