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Google exec insists company is adapting to fight fake news as...

One of Google’s top news executives says he understands Canada’s desire to clamp down on the spread of misinformation online, but insists his...

Freeland says today’s big tech firms are like the monopolies of...

OTTAWA—Global Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says the current period of technology-driven economic disruption has “eerie” similarities to the rise of monopolies and the...

My brother’s in jail. Why does talking to him require hundreds...

“One of us goes in, and we all go through it …” — Drake, “Headlines”Incarceration is seldom a solo affair. It’s true that the individual...

AI pioneer urges Toronto to back ethical use of artificial intelligence

One of the “godfathers” of artificial intelligence is calling on the City of Toronto to sign a declaration for the responsible use of...

Canadian telecom complaints rise despite new code of conduct, report finds

Incorrect charges and nondisclosure of contract terms remain the most common complaints against Canada’s telecom companies, according to a semi-annual report by the...

‘Building raincoats’ and heated paving stones: Smart city technology on display...

Among the dozens of people who gathered at Sidewalk Labs’ open house Saturday, most said they appreciate the company is releasing more information...

Establish rules to manage data collected from smart city technology, Toronto...

Toronto needs rules and regulations to govern the collection and managing of data from smart cities including the one Sidewalk Labs has in...

The upside of the Huawei confrontation: It’s teaching Canada to be...

Some news stories are such a big puzzle that a journalist can sit looking at a handful of pieces and not realize for...

Getting China to release Kovrig and Spavor is a top priority...

It’s a top priority for Canada to get Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor released from custody in China as soon as possible,...

Canada could be at risk of ‘nasty’ retaliation from China

VANCOUVER—Canada is at risk of retaliation from China, including the arrest of Canadians in the country, said a former ambassador to China after...
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