While Canadians might be shocked to learn of a major money laundering scheme operating out of Vancouver, it is no surprise to fraud investigators.

With abundant applications across the domains of education, medicine, manufacturing and more, virtual reality technology is set to be used virtually everywhere.

In their new book, Sue Scheff and Melissa Schorr examine the myriad forms of cyberhate and the devastating effects they have on the lives of those targeted.

With more than 20 years of experience at Telefilm Canada, executive director Carolle Brabant ensures Canadians in the audiovisual industry get a spotlight on the international stage.

From Nestle’s attempt to copy the shape of KitKat bars to Walmart’s appropriation of the smiley face, here are a few failed attempts at copyrighting names, noises and more.

In May, a study found that nearly 40% of Canadian employees eat lunch at their desk. Studies tell us that breaks make workers more productive, so why don’t we pause more?

Getting a good night’s sleep can help you make better food choices, and keeping your smartphone away can improve your performance at work.

A new report shows growing criminal activity among diplomats in Canada, while the FBI is reporting a recent surge in cyberwire fraud.

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