Trudeau government to usher in new privacy legislation

Jim Bronskill, The Canadian PressMon Nov 16 2020 18:10:06 OTTAWA — The Trudeau government is poised to introduce legislation aimed at better safeguarding the privacy of Canadians in the digital era. The bill, to be tabled in the House of Commons on Tuesday, would be a step toward realizing commitments set out in the mandate […]

Canadian class-action suit against Facebook alleges misuse of personal information

By Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press Wed Oct 28 2020 04:00 OTTAWA — Two Facebook users are seeking damages on behalf of hundreds of thousands of Canadians whose personal data may have been improperly used for political purposes. The proposed class−action lawsuit filed by Calgary residents Saul Benary and Karma Holoboff asks the Federal Court […]

Walk cancelled but concern about 5G continues to grow

By Debbi Christinck, The Eganville LeaderWed Sep 23 2020 09:36 Killaloe – A march planned in solidarity with the fourth global day of protest against 5G has been cancelled because of Ontario directives limiting numbers of private gatherings, but the concern about the technology is in no way diminishing locally. We are assuming it is […]