Data obtained by VICE World News shows that in at least one case, a 6-year-old child was labelled as "at risk" of gang activity by authorities using the controversial policing model.
The Provincial Lawful Access Common Environment (PLACE) is set to be up and running by 2022, according to police documents.
Telecom companies and the federal regulator argue that revealing the prevalence of SIM card fraud in Canada, or what plans exist to stop it, would help fraudsters.
Facial recognition images taken at border crossings can be repurposed by government agencies and private companies, threatening human rights, the report warns.
Police across Canada are increasingly adopting algorithmic technology to predict crime. The authors of a new report say human rights are threatened by the practice.
Industry groups want advanced biometrics to secure the border between the two countries once it reopens after COVID-19.
Police in York and Peel regions are in the process of buying the technology, which has been shown to be racially biased.
A partnership between police, venture capitalists, and big business wants to solve crime and social problems with technology. Activists and experts say it’s not that simple.
Patients’ mental health is suffering, fear of COVID-19 is keeping people from seeking care and clinics are running short of equipment, a survey of Canadian doctors reveals.
As daycare and activities are shut down, my exuberant 4-year-old has become moody and anxious. And the crisis hasn't even really hit yet.
Police in Canada’s capital are encouraging people to report ‘problematic behavior’ such as skipping school under a controversial policing model that’s been widely adopted across the country.
Police scrambled to control the narrative around Aaron Driver’s death after shooting the terror suspect in 2016, documents show.