Desjardins offers 4.3 million members protection from identity theft after data leak
The credit union is willing to give up to $50,000 to clients in need.
Massive Desjardins breach will happen again due to lax regulations, zero punitive measures: cyber expert
The laws in Canada around personal data protection lack the bite says a cyber security expert after Desjardins Group went…
Trans Mountain pipeline faces new lawsuit by environmental groups
The federal government’s re-approval of the Trans Mountain Pipeline never meant the project would continue seamlessly. In what will be the newest set of legal disputes, Ecojustice, an environmental law agency, will be heading to the fray.
Canada Post paid $21 million in legal fees to fight union
Six years after an initial access to information request, the Star has revealed Canada Post spent an exorbitant sum of $21 million in legal fees to fight a pay equity case that stretched over decades.
Quebec government pledges $70M to give immigrants easier access to French lessons
“Knowledge of the French language is an essential factor for the successful integration of immigrants,” said Jolin-Barrette.
Statistics Canada: Canadian economy loses 2,200 jobs in June
This net loss of 2,200 jobs comes with a jump in full-time positions by 24,000 being offset by a fall in 26,000 part-time jobs as Canada entered into the heart of the summer season.
Boeing to pay $100 million following devastating crashes
The two crashes in question happened within 5 months of each other, beginning late last year.
Canada is no longer one of the world’s most competitive economies
According to IMD World Competitiveness Rankings, Canada is no longer one of the world’s top ten most competitive economies. “In…
Google’s third undersea internet cable will link Africa and Europe
Google has officially announced its third undersea internet cable project will connect Africa and Europe through Portugal.
Oil and gas sector keeps economic growth positive through April
Combined, mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction was up 4.5 percent in April, primarily due to a 5.5% rise in oil and gas extraction; strongest since Fort McMurray’s recovery from the 2016 wildfires that hindered production.