Canadian police chiefs seek access to device passwords

Just as the federal government has begun consultations on cyber security, the country’s chiefs of police have opened up the lawful access debate once more. This time, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) has passed a resolution which calls for legislation that would allow police, in the course of their investigation, to compel individuals to provide authorities the passwords to their mobile...

$238 million to be invested in Nova Scotia infrastructure

Yesterday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Nova Scotia Premier Hon. Stephen McNeil reached a bilateral agreement to invest in the province’s wastewater and public transit systems....

Bookshelf: The 27 Challenges Managers Face

Are you an undermanager? We’ve all been warned not to overmanage – become a hen-pecking, micro-manager, obsessing about details, instead of delegating wisely. But consultant Bruce Tulgan believes the opposite, under-management, is epidemic. Indeed, he insists it’s hiding in plain sight, but we don’t notice. “It is so often what’s going wrong in so many...