A nearly 1,200-kilometre fibre optic line stretching across the Northwest Territories is set to come online, making everything from video streaming to data collection easier in the Mackenzie Valley.
Uber Technologies Inc's board will discuss Chief Executive Travis Kalanick temporarily stepping away from the embattled ride-hailing firm and consider sweeping changes to the company's management practices at a meeting on Sunday, according to a person familiar with the situation.
Vancouver Island inventors who pioneered kiteboarding safety are fighting in B.C. Supreme Court for millions they claim they lost due to a patent filing error.
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Canada’s telecom market is booming thanks to our unquenchable thirst for wireless data. That leads some customers to question why major Canadian providers aren’t offering a range of cellular plans with unlimited data — like they do in the U.S.
The Canadian restaurateur credited with inventing the Hawaiian pizza, daring to top it with pineapple in a move that earned the wrath of pizza purists like Iceland's president, has died at age 83 in London, Ont.
Canada is facing yet another flour recall over a product that could be contaminated with harmful E. coli bacteria. It comes on the heels of a separate national flour recall sparked by another E. coli outbreak that made some people so sick they ended up in hospital.
Google is set to start blocking ads with a proprietary filter for the Chrome web browser, but the announcement may be distracting us from the long game the tech giants are playing, writes Ramona Pringle.
Sony Pictures has just launched 'clean versions', offering digital downloads of 'adapted' family friendly versions for two dozen of their movies. But not everyone is pleased.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has voted to continue its investigation into the trade practices of Bombardier Inc.
Hudson's Bay Co. shares traded down more than nine per cent on Friday, a day after the company released disappointing quarterly earnings and announced it is cutting about 2,000 jobs.
Japanese internet, solar and technology company SoftBank Group Corp. is buying robotics pioneer Boston Dynamics from Alphabet Inc., Google's parent.
Quebecor's Videotron unit is selling unused wireless spectrum in the Toronto area that it bought almost a decade ago to Rogers Communications for about $184 million.
The pound fell sharply after Britain's election saw the Conservatives lose their majority in Parliament, raising questions about the next government's ability to lead the talks to leave the European Union.
Canada's economy added 55,000 jobs in May, blowing past expectations with a surge in full-time work.
Manitoba Public Insurance is taking Fiat Chrysler to court after two of its vehicles caught fire in Manitoba, alleging there was faulty wiring in the sun visors.
After a tepid April jobs report, economists are expecting to see stronger employment gains for May when the latest labour force survey results are released later this morning.