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Bell data collection part of ‘disturbing trend'
Bell Canada’s recently announced plan to collect and analyze data from millions of customers is prompting public complaints, warnings from privacy advocates and has caught the attention of both the federal privacy commissioner and the CRTC.
Skydivers survive after planes collide in Wisconsin
Mike Robinson was at 3,600 metres, just seconds away from his last jump of the day, when a second plane carrying other skydivers struck the aircraft he was in, sending them all tumbling toward the ground.
Family struggles to pay for surgery OHIP won't fund
Adam Gard has to go to the U.S. for a desperately-needed operation he says neurosurgeons in Ontario can’t or don’t seem willing to do.
And the Ottawa man is relying on a fundraising drive by family and friends to pay for the $70,000 operation because h
PMO spent $8.2-million last year, up 7%
According to the Public Accounts of Canada, tabled Wednesday, the Prime Minister's Office spent $8.2-million in 2012-13 on staff, communications and other costs
Japanese ships disrupt Chinese military exercises
China's Defence Ministry said on Thursday it has lodged a formal diplomatic complaint over what it called
"dangerous provocation" by Japan for shadowing Chinese military exercises in the western Pacific.
Baby Olinguito Found in Colombia
Scientists trekking deep in Colombia‘s La Mesenia Reserve Forest recently spotted a young olinguito, a mammal that was just confirmed as a new species in August. Scientists say it is the first new carnivore found in the Western Hemisphere in more than thr
Camper survives 3 months alone in wilderness
A camper has been rescued after three months in the wilderness and a run-in with a bear. Marco Lavoie, 44, set out for a two-month canoe trip on July 16, but after three months without word his family contacted police.
In-flight electronic device restrictions lifted in U.S.
Airline passengers will be able to use their electronic devices gate-to-gate to read, work, play games, watch movies and listen to music — but not talk on their cellphones — under new guidelines issued Thursday by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.
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