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5d ago 
from CBC
Facebook downplays 'old' breach exposing info on 533 million users | CBC News
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Facebook is downplaying the significance of a data breach that saw the personal information of 533 million of its users accessed online, saying the information is old and the vulnerability that was exploited was closed almost two years ago. 1
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Cybercrime intelligence firm Hudson Rock calculated that almost 3.5 million Canadians were included. 1
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3h ago 
from CBC
Salesforce will start letting vaccinated employees go back into the office | CBC News
Salesforce.com said it would start allowing vaccinated employees to return to some of its offices, making it one of the first major U.S. corporations to give vaccinated workers preferential treatment over those who have not taken the shot.
4h ago 
from CBC
How COVID-19 created a buyer's market for office space | CBC News
When COVID-19 began spreading across Canada, the newly formed Broken Heart Love Affair creative agency had set up in a Toronto lightbulb plant-turned office building originally built in 1908.
4h ago 
from CBC
Ontario sees 4,401 new COVID-19 cases with near record-high positive tests | CBC News
Ontario reported another 4,401 cases of COVID-19 on Monday, the second-most ever on a single day in the province, while public health units logged one of the highest test positivity rates of the pandemic.
Canada to get 1 million vaccine doses this week with only Pfizer delivery scheduled
The recent flood of COVID-19 vaccine doses into Canada is expected to wane this week, with a little more than 1 million shots scheduled for delivery over the next seven days.
11h ago 
from CBC
First Nations proposing new energy corridor in Western Canada | CBC News
First Nations leaders in Western Canada are proposing a corridor for transporting commodities from the region and - possibly - to the West Coast.
Canada Post employee at Toronto facility dies amid COVID-19 outbreak
TORONTO -- An employee at a Canada Post mail processing plant in the city's east end has died after contracting COVID-19.
Amid Variants And Limited Vaccines, Canada Braces For A COVID-19 Surge
Canada could surpass the COVID-19 infection rate of the U.S. for the first time since the start of the pandemic, due to a rise in cases involving variants while vaccine supplies remain limited.
a day ago 
from CBC
Canadians should expect 'significant' move in budget for child care, early education: LeBlanc | CBC News
Access to national early learning programs and child care have become an "economic imperative" and Canadians should expect a "significant" announcement in the forthcoming federal budget, said Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc.
a day ago 
from CBC
Ontario records all-time daily high with 4,456 new COVID-19 cases Sunday | CBC News
Ontario reported another 4,456 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday - a new record in the province.
The daily case count is also up from 3,813 cases on Saturday and 4,227 .