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  • Google Canada boss prods 'slow' Canadian businesses to seize digital tools The Canadian Press - 8 minutes ago

    An American transplant leading Google Canada says Canadian businesses are moving "bad slow" in adopting digital technology. Managing director Sam Sebastian says only … More »Google Canada boss prods 'slow' Canadian businesses to seize digital tools

    An American transplant leading Google Canada says Canadian businesses are moving "bad slow" in adopting digital technology. Managing director Sam Sebastian says only half of small and medium businesses in Canada have their own website, while fewer than one in three use cloud computing. Sebastian, who spent eight years …

  • A woman who is suing the City of Vancouver and four police constables for allegedly tethering her to a cell door wept in court as she testified about the homelessness and addiction she sank into after the alleged assault. Bobbi O'Shea, 44, told a B.C. provincial court judge Tuesday that she began sleeping in shelters, …

  • John Nuttall and Amanda Korody, accused of conspiracy to commit murder, placing an explosive in a public place, and possession of an explosive substance, in connection with the alleged plan set for Canada Day 2013, are seen in an artist's sketch at court in Vancovuer on Friday, May 29, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Felicity Don

    A B.C. Supreme Court judge has told a jury that a couple accused in a bombing plot could be found not guilty of terrorism even if it decides they thought they were acting on behalf of al-Qaida. Catherine Bruce says that Crown prosecutors in the trial of John Nuttall and Amanda Korody have argued the accused were part of …

  • Suspended Senator Mike Duffy heads to court in Ottawa on Monday, June 1, 2015. Duffy faces 31 charges, including fraud, breach of trust and bribery. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

    The trial of Sen. Mike Duffy isn't about electoral laws or riding financing, but some of the witnesses offer a glimpse at how party support is built and money spent before a campaign even begins. On Tuesday, the court heard how Duffy was dispatched by the Conservative party to a fundraiser in a Vancouver Island riding …

  • The Vancouver Park Board's controversial plan to put a temporary zipline in Queen Elizabeth Park by the end of May has been delayed by at least a month, with no firm opening date set, CBC News has learned. The zipline was proposed and approved by the board in April and is intended as a temporary installation for the summer …

  • Health Canada has asked a Vancouver radio station not to promote marijuana, saying a CKNW radio host made "promotional representations" about a medical marijuana dispensary. In a letter, the department reminds the popular station that advertising marijuana is illegal and that it could be punished with fines by law. "Health …

 

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