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No evidence that data was extracted from RCMP during recent cyberattack: commissioner

No evidence that data was extracted from RCMP during recent cyberattack: commissioner

OTTAWA — The head of the RCMP said Tuesday there was no evidence to date that personal or operational information had been pilfered from the national police force's systems during a recent cyberattack.
Priest facing sexual assault charge in Nunavut will not be dismissed from Oblates

Priest facing sexual assault charge in Nunavut will not be dismissed from Oblates

OTTAWA — A French priest accused of sexually abusing Inuit children in Nunavut will be allowed to remain a member of the Oblates congregation after leadership in Rome ruled against his dismissal.
Backlog of problems with federal Phoenix pay system bigger than ever: union

Backlog of problems with federal Phoenix pay system bigger than ever: union

OTTAWA — Three unions are calling on the government to provide additional compensation to federal public servants as they struggle with the Phoenix pay system and its litany of chronic problems.
Woman's death in Quebec City after weekend house fire ruled a homicide: police

Woman's death in Quebec City after weekend house fire ruled a homicide: police

Quebec City police say the death of a woman who was found unresponsive after a house fire over the weekend has been ruled a homicide.
Ottawa freezes merger notification threshold, funds housing innovation projects

Ottawa freezes merger notification threshold, funds housing innovation projects

Ottawa is freezing the threshold at which the Competition Bureau must be notified of a merger.
In the news today: Liberals to create digital safety commission via Online Harms Act

In the news today: Liberals to create digital safety commission via Online Harms Act

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
Cape Breton U tripled its international recruitment. Students say they pay the price.

Cape Breton U tripled its international recruitment. Students say they pay the price.

Over the past five years, Navy Nguyen says she has watched thousands of international students arrive at Cape Breton University to find a town that was wholly unprepared for them.
Some bundled wireless plans not as cheap as before Rogers-Shaw merger: watchdog

Some bundled wireless plans not as cheap as before Rogers-Shaw merger: watchdog

Certain cellphone plans in Western Canada are not as cheap as they were prior to the Rogers-Shaw merger, Canada's competition watchdog says.
Five things to know about Canada's proposed law to guard against online harms

Five things to know about Canada's proposed law to guard against online harms

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government has tabled its long-awaited legislation to better protect Canadians, and particularly youth, against online harms. Here are five things Bill C-63 proposes to do. 1.
Online harms: Liberals seek to create digital safety commission, new ombudsperson

Online harms: Liberals seek to create digital safety commission, new ombudsperson

OTTAWA — The Liberal government plans to create a new digital safety regulator to compel social-media platforms to take action against online harms and remove damaging content — including child sex-abuse material and intimate images shared without co