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Technology is one of the fastest-growing industries in North America, yet an industry group reports only 9.3 per cent of those who work in the Canadian tech sector are Black. That statistic inspired a group of former and current athletes to try to change that by encouraging more Black youth and young professionals to …

A game of one-upmanship has been unfolding among Canada’s telecom giants as they seek to score 5G market dominance. After an initially tempered rollout – at least by international standards – of the next-generation wireless infrastructure, the country’s top three providers have been unfurling a flurry of network expansion announcements since the summer. Early last …

Last week, Paul Goulet’s 10-year-old daughter quietly went to his wife with worry about her father. “It’s like he’s here, but he’s not really here,” she said. That nearly broke Goulet, the owner of Little Ray’s Nature Centre, a zoo and animal rescue organization with locations in Hamilton and Ottawa. Usually an eternal optimist, Goulet …

By Kelly Skjerven Global News Posted February 12, 2021 7:05 pm     Updated February 12, 2021 7:08 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Typically, the Regina Chinese Canadian Association (RCCA) would …

A dancer conducted a bhangra class in the pristine snow-capped wilderness of Yukon, a territory in northwest Canada and the video of it is now making waves on the Internet. Taking to Twitter, dancer Gurdeep Pandher shared a short video of the dance session, which featured some members of Yukon’s French community who are also …

The technology industry in Alberta has grown significantly in the past decade and is increasingly becoming an important part of Alberta’s economic future. Alberta has become a destination for international technology companies looking to expand into the Canadian market and a world leader in machine learning research and development, innovative geomatics technologies and interactive digital …

An immensely popular video game will be the vehicle for the creation of a new exhibit co-hosted by Regina’s Mackenzie Art Gallery. The Mackenzie is partnering with Ender Gallery, an online exhibition space based on a Minecraft server, to exhibit artworks created within the creative, sandbox-style video game. “So many arts and cultural events …

New Delhi: Bhupinder Singh Mann, one of four experts nominated by the Supreme Court for negotiations with farmers protesting against the farm laws, is learned to be receiving threats from Canada after recusing himself from SC-appointed panel.  Bhupinder Singh Mann on Thursday announced to withdraw his name from the Supreme Court-appointed panel. He quit the …

VICTORIA—Amber Goss had set an early alarm, but in the end she didn’t need it. An internal alarm clock was at work, rousing her with butterflies in her stomach and thoughts of being first in line when a primary-care clinic in her city started accepting new patients. If she could just secure a spot, it …

Ontario has become the first province in Canada to identify two cases of the new U.K. variant of COVID-19. In a news release, Dr. Barbara Yaffe, Ontario’s Associate Chief Medical Officer of Health, announced the news this afternoon. The cases are reportedly a couple from Durham with no known travel history, exposure or high-risk contacts. Both individuals …