A Canadian was extradited from Canada to the United States yesterday on an indictment returned to the Mid-District of Florida that charges him with conspiracy to commit computer fraud and wire fraud, intentional damage to a computer protected and forwarding a claim in connection with damage to a protected computerRead More →

Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) announcement on February 9, 2022, that the government tabled in the Senate the Strengthening Environmental Protection for a Healthier Canada Act (Bill S-5), to modernize the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA) and make related amendments to the Food and Drugs Act (FDA). TheRead More →

Bitwise Asset Management General Counsel Katherine Dowling reacts to Coinbase’s Super Bowl announcement and discusses cryptocurrency regulation. A cryptocurrency expert is sounding the alarm over how the Canadian government is freezing the crypto wallets of Freedom Convoy protesters and says it’s something that can “very realistically” happen in the UnitedRead More →

The Emergencies Act may provide for the use of the military, but does not necessarily lead to it, and Trudeau said the government does not involve them. But it can temporarily suspend citizens’ rights to freedom of movement or assembly. And the government is taking steps to end financial supportRead More →

Of all the slogans of news outlets around the world—“Democracy dies in darkness,” “All news worth printing,” et al. — none are more hilarious and tongue-in-cheek than CNN’s “The Most Trusted Name in News,” whose ratings continue to swirl down the toilet of public opinion as fast as Joe Biden’sRead More →

Breadcrumb Links Summary Executive Remote working makes companies ‘more vulnerable than ever to cyberattacks’, survey finds Of nearly 500 companies surveyed, 56% of companies affected by malware paid the amounts demanded by cybercriminals, according to the survey. Photo by REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independentlyRead More →

OTTAWA (ON), February 3, 2022 /CNW/ – Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) is calling on the government to immediately end the blockade of truckers in Canada-Crossing the US border at Coutts Alberta. The blockade affects approximately $44 million in the exchanges between Canada and the United States every day. theRead More →

OTTAWA (ON), January 31, 2022 /CNW/ – The Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) on Monday called on the federal government to immediately speed up immigration to address critical labor shortages, and detailed short and long-term solutions to Mitigate supply chain bottlenecks, including a sector-specific 60-day task force to address theRead More →

Canadian companies affected by ransomware attacks pay perpetrators nearly half a million dollars on average, new poll results show. Angus Reid’s investigation for cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks in September, but released on Wednesday, found that the average ransom paid by Canadian companies was $ 458,247, while the average ransomRead More →

Amid efforts to overcome the challenges caused by COVID-19 and climate change, the conversation about modernizing the Canadian economy and strengthening relationships between people and businesses has intensified, said Brian Gallant, former Premier of New Brunswick and co-author of the Global Canada report.James West / The Canadian Press New reportRead More →

[Oro Medonte, ON] – The last 24 months have really revealed the inherent danger of relying heavily or even solely on offshore suppliers. The global pandemic has left countless North American manufacturers scrambling to find suppliers closer to home (AKA relocation) for their business-critical components and products. Alternatively, they haveRead More →

Navigating from childhood to adolescence is a universal challenge. Award-winning documentary filmmaker Tracey Deer’s debut “Beans” (“Anne with an E”, “Mohawk Girls”) reveals just how more intense this process can be for a young Aboriginal girl. The United States’ image of Canada is often one of racial and ethnic harmony.Read More →

Chelsea Manning has asked a Canadian court to overturn her travel ban so she can visit friends, hoping to visit the country despite border officials keen to deport her. Manning, 33, was barred from visiting the country because of her conviction for leaking military secrets to WikiLeaks. Manning served sevenRead More →

OTC Markets has published proposed rule changes that, effective September 23, 2021, would require a company to be listed on the OTCQX International to be either an SEC reporting company or file reports with the SEC under the Regulatory A+ reporting system, or be exempt from SEC reporting requirements underRead More →

The Canadian government travel and tourism The website provides conflicting information on whether Americans fully vaccinated against Covid-19 can cross the border for vacations starting Aug. 9. The website echoes an earlier announcement by the Government of Canada that the border will be open to vaccinated American tourists. It saysRead More →

Brendan King, CEO of VendAsta Technologies Inc.Liam Richards / The Globe and Mail Brendan King remembers being on the road most of his working hours, until COVID-19 put an end to all travel. The clientele of his Saskatoon-based software company are predominantly American. He was therefore worried that he wouldRead More →

The Canadian government says it will soon allow fully vaccinated travelers “who are eligible to enter Canada” exemptions to its travel restrictions. As details are being debated – and the United States and Canada are also considering lifting border restrictions – the Canadian government stresses that “current travel restrictions stillRead More →

March 1, 2019 by Carolyn Powell, Director of International Business Development, Invest Buffalo Niagara Sponsored content provided by PLANT partners: Peace Bridge in Buffalo. Invest Buffalo Niagara offers assistance to companies embarking on establishing a site in the United States. Canadian companies expanding into the United States enjoyed another successfulRead More →

Louis Tetu, CEO of Coveo, a Quebec-based company that sells artificial intelligence-based search tools known as “analytics engines” to giants like American Express, Dell and Geico.Renaud Philippe/The Globe and Mail The Canadian initial public offering market has shrugged off recent investor fears and is poised to rebound, with at leastRead More →

Breadcrumb Links World News Canadian politics Canada “The Liberal government’s status quo approach to the People’s Republic of China should end, especially with Canadians held hostage” Publication date : April 28, 2021 • May 3, 2021 • 3 minute read • 169 comments Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Photo by BlairRead More →

There is new momentum in Canada to offer citizenship to dissident Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, which would in theory grant him new legal protections in his home country, where he has been imprisoned since 2012. In 2014, Badawi was sentenced to 10 years in prison. , including time already served,Read More →

Members of the Uyghur minority hold placards as they demonstrate asking for news of their relatives on February 22, 2021 near the Chinese consulate in Istanbul.OZAN ​​KOSE/AFP/Getty Images Three years after it was first announced, an office empowered by Ottawa to investigate allegations of human rights abuses stemming from theRead More →

WASHINGTON, DC – The United States Small Business Administration, in consultation with the Treasury Department, has released detailed information on paycheck protection loan (PPP) recipients. The Paycheque Protection Program is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their employees on the payroll. This loanRead More →

CALGARY – The head of Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters has said he expects members to struggle to hang around after US President Joe Biden ordered tougher Buy American rules for government spending. President and CEO Dennis Darby said the ordinance affects any project involving federal spending or jurisdiction and thereforeRead More →

Security guards stand at the gates of what is officially known as a Vocational Skills Teaching Center in Huocheng County, China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, September 3, 2018.THOMAS PETER/Reuters Justin Trudeau said government officials would warn Canadian companies doing business in China’s Xinjiang region not to use forced labor orRead More →

Canada: IRCC Resumes Canadian Citizenship Tests Online December 08, 2020 Global Envoy, Inc. To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. Key points IRCC resumed online citizenship tests after eight-month suspension The initial pilot phase will include 5,000 high priority and pre-pandemic applications The test will be extendedRead More →

At this crucial time in the fight against systemic anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism, the Canadian government must take responsibility for its continuing role in the spread of racism. This includes through its misleading self-representation in Discover Canada, the official study guide for the test taken by applicants for Canadian citizenship.Read More →