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Canada’s CIO Catherine Luelo resigns, highlights the fractured federal IT systems at the House of Commons

Catherine Luelo, Canada’s chief information officer, has announced her resignation, two years after taking up the job to modernize the technology systems of the...

Canada, U.S. sign international guidelines for safe AI development

Eighteen countries, including Canada, the U.S. and the U.K., today agreed on recommended guidelines to developers in their nations for the secure design, development,...

Ottawa and provinces should harmonize privacy laws, says think tank

In a discussion paper on proposed privacy legislation now before Parliament the C.D. Howe Institute offers ways the law could be implemented, including the creation of a public-private council to review the effectiveness of privacy laws

Data stolen on Canadian federal employees in third party hack may go back 24 years

Data involves military, RCMP and public servants moved to new posts held by two relocation services

Canada bans WeChat on government devices

Canada has announced a ban on WeChat, a Chinese messaging and social media app, on government devices.

Proposed Canadian privacy law is like a leaky bucket, Balsillie tells parliamentary committee

Proposed privacy law favours business,, former Research in Motion head complained, while the proposed AI law should be scraped. Read why

Canada bans federal employees from using WeChat, Kaspersky mobile apps

Ottawa is banning the use of the China-based WeChat instant messaging app and Russian-based Kaspersky security products on the mobile devices of federal civil...

Search engines, social media platforms to come under Canada’s AI law, says government

Planned changes to proposed legislation are in letter from Innovation Minister to parliamentary committee

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