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Rob Shaw: Public deserves answers after B.C. government cyberattack

Rob Shaw: Public deserves answers after B.C. government cyberattack

Potential for foreign interference in upcoming election a growing concern as province remains tight-lipped
'Sophisticated' state actor behind B.C. government cyberattacks, say officials

'Sophisticated' state actor behind B.C. government cyberattacks, say officials

Canadian Centre for Cyber Security has determined a state actor or state-sponsored actor is behind a serious cyber-security attack on provincial government digital infrastructure.
Quebecor reviewing part of wireless expansion plans following CRTC ruling, CEO says

Quebecor reviewing part of wireless expansion plans following CRTC ruling, CEO says

Quebecor Inc. chief executive Pierre Karl Péladeau is blaming the federal telecommunications regulator as his company reconsiders part of its mobile expansion plans.
Telus bolsters network investments, raises quarterly dividend as Q1 profit down

Telus bolsters network investments, raises quarterly dividend as Q1 profit down

Telus Corp. plans to invest $73 billion to bolster its networks over the next five years, chief executive Darren Entwistle announced Thursday at the telecommunications company's annual general meeting.
Vancouver climate-tech VC firm announces seed rounds

Vancouver climate-tech VC firm announces seed rounds

Active Impact Investments announces $7.5 million in seed funding to three startups
B.C. government networks hit by 'sophisticated cybersecurity incidents': Eby

B.C. government networks hit by 'sophisticated cybersecurity incidents': Eby

VICTORIA — British Columbia Premier David Eby said late Wednesday that the province had identified "sophisticated cybersecurity incidents" involving government networks.
Feds defend carbon capture technology as Alberta project gets cancelled over cost

Feds defend carbon capture technology as Alberta project gets cancelled over cost

OTTAWA — Canada's energy minister is defending carbon capture and storage technology as both effective and affordable, after an Alberta power company walked away from a planned project and a study found that another project got public subsidies to co
No evidence Big Three acting as fibre wholesalers would hurt smaller providers: CRTC

No evidence Big Three acting as fibre wholesalers would hurt smaller providers: CRTC

The CRTC has denied a request by Bell Canada and some independent internet providers for an expedited decision that would prevent large carriers from using rivals' fibre networks to offer their services to customers.
Ballard Power Systems Q1 loss grows from year ago, revenue up 9%

Ballard Power Systems Q1 loss grows from year ago, revenue up 9%

VANCOUVER — Ballard Power Systems saw its first-quarter loss deepen compared with a year ago as its revenue rose nine per cent. The Vancouver-based fuel cell maker, which keeps its books in U.S.
Canadian companies' AI policies aim to balance risk with rewards

Canadian companies' AI policies aim to balance risk with rewards

TORONTO — When talent search platform Plum noticed ChatGPT sending ripples through the tech world and beyond, it decided to turn right to the source to lay out how staff could and couldn't use the generative artificial intelligence chatbot.