Accused Abuser Jian Ghomeshi Doesn’t Deserve Anyone’s Pity
The disgraced CBC host wrote a 3,400-word essay telling his side of things.
SOPA, Canuck Style
Does Canada Even Have a Huge Piracy Problem?
A coalition of powerful organizations wants to block piracy websites in Canada.
Canada’s Telecoms and National Media Want the Government to Block Piracy Websites
Digital rights groups worry that website blocking could cover more than illegal piracy.
attribution is hard
Why It’s So Hard to Say Who Is Using an IMSI Catcher
Israel, China, Russia? Who was using a surveillance device on Parliament Hill in Ottawa?
How A Towel Became One of the Most Prized Objects in the NHL
Players who are interviewed during Hockey Night in Canada receive a free towel. For some players, it's their first "I've made it" moment in the NHL.
Canada’s Police Allowed Journalists to ‘Embed’ to Argue For More Surveillance
Robert Cribb of the Toronto Star and Dave Seglins of the CBC explain how their five-part investigative series into digital policing came to be.
The RCMP Is Using the Media to ‘Create Moral Panic’ About Encryption
Experts say stage-managed information sharing with journalists is a PR play.
Walmart Stores in Canada Found to Be Throwing Out Tons of Perfectly Good Food
Every year, Canada wastes $31 billion worth of food, much of which is retail fruits and vegetables that are just not pretty enough for picky consumers.
The Untold Story of the Small Canadian Town That Was Haunted by Radio Transmissions
From hearing voices in sinks to flickering lights, a new film looks at the otherworldly phenomena caused by Sackville's shortwave towers.
Canadian Broadcaster Screws Up Michael Phelps Call, Amazingly Internet Forgives Him
CBC announcer Elliotte Friedman confused Michael Phelps with Ryan Lochte while calling the 200m individual medley race. The internet responded with uncharacteristic sympathy.
Badgers Are More Scared of the BBC Than Bears
European badgers are more afraid of human voices than bears or wolves, a study found.
BlackBerry Is Eager to Intercept Messages for Foreign Police
The company has assisted "dozens" of police forces.