Greek tanker seized, Reuters May 31, 2022 OTTAWA – In the wake of May 27 hijacking of two Greek tankers by Iranian terrorist Islamic Revolutionary Guard (IRGC), B’nai Brith Canada urges the Canadian government to take concrete action. B’nai Brith has written to Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Mélanie Joly, askingRead More →

A study by the Capgemini Research Institute found that Canadian companies see digital twins as drivers of their sustainability agenda. A digital twin is a virtual replica of a physical system that can continuously model, simulate, monitor, analyze and optimize the physical world. For Example, in retail, digital twins canRead More →

Canada’s large public companies are slowly making progress in disclosing greenhouse gas emissions. This is the problem. Institutional investors have set their own emissions targets and are demanding more climate-related risk data as they race the pros and cons of writing checks to buy positions for their portfolios. But theRead More →

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The International Airline Pilots Association (ALPA), the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and Unifor are launching a public campaign calling on the Government of Canada to ensure the safe return of five Canadians who were arbitrarily imprisoned in the Dominican Republic after reporting a crime in which theyRead More →

TECH5 is an international technology company founded by biometrics industry experts, focused on developing disruptive biometric and digital identification solutions through the application of AI and machine learning technologies. TECH5’s target markets include both the public and private sectors with products powering civil ID, digital ID, as well as authenticationRead More →

The Wet’suwet’en Nation’s fight against the Coastal GasLink pipeline project unfolded in Montreal on Thursday, with dozens of protesters gathering outside the headquarters of the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC). The Wet’suwet’en are protesting RBC’s involvement in the gas pipeline project that will cross Wet’suwet’en ancestral territory in northern BritishRead More →

When lawmakers in Ontario, Canada updated provincial child protection laws in 2017, some social media users and news sites misinterpreted the effects of the legislation. Some of these claims are now resurfacing online. On April 24, an Instagram Publish shared a screenshot of an October 2017 article titled, “New CanadianRead More →

Consumers, students, government entities and businesses in Canada’s North, including all 25 Nunavut communities, will have access to expanded broadband capacity following a partnership signed between SSi Canada, the developer-operator QINIQ and SSi Mobile broadband services in Nunavut, and SES, the global leader in content connectivity solutions. Under the agreement,Read More →