Tag Archives: Canada

Canada Today: Miracle Babies, Trudeau Fashion and La Meute

Each week, Canada Today mixes The Times’s recent Canada-related coverage with back stories and analysis from our reporters, along with opinions from our readers. During the depths of the Great Depression, the world’s attention focused on the area in and around North Bay, Ontario. In Corbeil, a village about 10 miles from the city’s downtown, five identical daughters were born ... Read More »

McDonald’s Canada Says Job Applicant Information Was Hacked

McDonald’s Canadian unit said on Friday personal information of about 95,000 restaurant job applicants was compromised in a cyber attack on its careers website. The information included names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and employment backgrounds of candidates who applied online for jobs at McDonald’s Canada restaurants between March 2014 and March 2017. The careers website was shut down after ... Read More »

Canada Competition Bureau Drops Probe of Apple

Canada’s competition watchdog announced Friday it is closing its two-year investigation into whether Apple’s contracts with local wireless carriers illegally stifled competition when it introduced the iPhone. The probe, opened in December 2014 by the Competition Bureau, failed to find sufficient evidence that the tech giant had engaged in anti-competitive behavior. “The Bureau did not find sufficient evidence to conclude ... Read More »

Canada Police Eavesdropped on BlackBerry Messages: Reports

Law enforcement officials in Canada using an encryption key have been able since at least 2010 to eavesdrop on messages between BlackBerry smartphones, an online news magazine reported. The revelation was made in court documents obtained by Vice and its sister publication Motherboard. “This is an issue that obviously is of concern to many people,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said ... Read More »