Ottawa

Ottawa

U.S. IT workers are needed and encouraged to take jobs in Canada, according to Keith Parsonage, director general of Industry...

December 3rd, 2003 Patrick Thibodeau

Michael de Rosenroll

Michael de Rosenroll

After practising law for several years in Victoria, B.C., Mike de Rosenroll decided to trade the "stressful, boring but lucrative"...

March 31st, 2003 No Author

Bruce Handel

Bruce Handel

Bruce Handel has a clear vision of how e-government can best move forward. "More and more of our work involves...

March 31st, 2003 No Author

Briefs

Briefs

FatPort Corp. out of Vancouver is cranking up wireless LAN (WLAN) service at Abbotsford International Airport in Abbotsford, B.C. and...

February 20th, 2003 No Author

Companies reassess risk management

Companies reassess risk management

The risk of everyday life, from crossing the street against the light to getting on an airplane, is well understood....

February 6th, 2003 Chris Conrath

CRM Welcome to the Engagement Age

CRM Welcome to the Engagement Age

In fact, governments should start thinking beyond current transformation models for service delivery and begin thinking about transforming the very...

January 31st, 2003 Robert Randall and Alexandra Katseva

National broadband committee announced

National broadband committee announced

The creation of a national broadband committee builds on the federal government's promise to extend high-speed broadband access to remote...

December 17th, 2002 Ryan B. Patrick

Study: Canadians utilizing e-government

Study: Canadians utilizing e-government

The percentage of Canadian citizens accessing government services or products online is among the highest in the world, according to...

November 30th, 2002 No Author

Breaking our fondness for cash

Breaking our fondness for cash

Human attachment to cash, be it stones, shells, coins or paper is inexorably linked to our desire to get something...

November 28th, 2002 Chris Conrath