Except for a new report, which shows they joke about monitoring hockey fans.
The Canadian military's R&D division appears to be looking into a smart, guided bomb system for aerial war.
While speculation grows about who hacked Sony Pictures and published tens of gigabytes of their confidential information, a hacker from the team responsible has claimed they're North Korean and told us to go fuck ourselves.
The RCMP is apparently following international policing trends and launching a pilot project that will have some officers recording their every interaction.
Tracing the similarities of the Sony malware back to an attack against a Saudi oil company in 2012, and then further down the time warp to Stuxnet.
The multi-tentacled crime drama that surrounded Rob Ford's mayoral tenure is kind of like the Serial podcast for Toronto politics nerds, and the mess continues to be heavily investigated online by armchair sleuths.
"When I grabbed him, the only way I can describe it is I felt like a five-year-old holding on to Hulk Hogan."
A group calling itself Aerith has launched DDoS attacks against the Ottawa and Toronto cops because they say the police arrested the wrong kid in a "swatting" case.
It’s all about the police state and the apocalypse.
After reports of a "public sexual activity" on the Toronto Transit Commission yesterday sent local media and Twitter into a frenzy, we looked into why people get a thrill from doing it in public.
Much has been made of Uber's executive gaffes in the US over the past few days. Now, in Canada, they're facing a new attack from Toronto's municipal government, which aims to have all of Uber's services outlawed from the city.