Don Cherry faces backlash over comments on Remembrance Day, poppies and immigrants

Outspoken sports commentator, Don Cherry is facing online backlash. He made comments complaining that he rarely sees people wearing poppies ahead of Remembrance Day, in particular people he perceives to be new immigrants. He suggested that they were unappreciative of…

Don Cherry faces backlash over comments on Remembrance Day, poppies and immigrants

Outspoken sports commentator, Don Cherry is facing online backlash. He made comments complaining that he rarely sees people wearing poppies ahead of Remembrance Day, in particular people he perceives to be new immigrants. He suggested that they were unappreciative of…

City of London develops online resources for residents ahead of federal election

In the lead-up to the federal election, the City of London has developed several online resources to help local residents understand issues within the community that would be impacted by the federal government. The city says it is trying to…

Power outages affecting mobile connectivity in Atlantic Canada after Hurricane Dorian

If you’re experiencing issues with slow internet and poor connectivity, you’re not the only one in Atlantic Canada. Since Hurricane Dorian made landfall this weekend, social media has been flooded with a steady stream of complaints about slow network speeds…

History enthusiasts can visit Western Development Museum online

Earlier this week, the Western Development Museum (WDM) launched an online collection of Saskatchewan artifacts and over 9,000 of its library materials. The task was undertaken by staff who wanted to take the WDM experience and make it accessible from…

New pilot program launched to help protect Canadian companies online

The federal government has launched the Cybersecure Canada Certification Program to help Canadian organizations achieve a baseline level of protection online. But so far, no funding has been allocated. “What we are doing at this stage is a pilot program…