Despite Canada’s intellectual property (IP) laws failing to provide protections specifically for Indigenous peoples’ traditional knowledge, there are a number of ways traditional knowledge can be protected – including through… Read More
Biologicals present new possibilities for managing pesticide resistance, maximizing soil fertility, protecting beneficial organisms, and enhancing or protecting land and water quality – all of which are major challenges in… Read More
U.S. President Joe Biden is urging Americans to prepare for possible state-sponsored cyberattacks from Russia, while Canadian authorities warn we’re also vulnerable to Russian cyberthreats.
On March 21, Biden issued a… Read More
An Ontario Court has ordered a convicted cybercriminal to pay $2.8 million in restitution to eight victims of ransomware attacks, illustrating how costly these attacks can be to organizations across… Read More
The recent “Zoom-bombing” of a council meeting in Saskatchewan serves as a reminder to municipalities everywhere of the importance of using secure platforms for virtual meetings.
Earlier this month, a rural… Read More
Technology based companies and employers continually face labour market shortages for skilled talent. Companies looking to staff up with tech talent from within Canada face significant challenges. Due to ongoing… Read More
The Start-up Visa program attracts innovative foreign entrepreneurs to immigrate to Canada to actively pursue their businesses in Canada.
Under the Start-up Visa program, a foreign entrepreneur with an innovative business… Read More
The British Columbia Superior Court (“BCSC”) recently denied certification of a proposed class action alleging user privacy violations in Chow v Facebook, 2022 BCSC 137 (“Chow”). This denial demonstrates that… Read More