In 2017, the former Abbotsford Police Department employee was ordered to pay back more than $300,000 to the city, according to police.
B.C.'s privacy commissioner continues to sound alarm bells about the digital storage and sharing of British Columbians' personal digital data outside of Canada
With cyberattacks targeting Ukraine, an expert in B.C. says having a good level of personal cybersecurity is not paranoia but "just good practice"
The settlement comes after two lawsuits claimed the popular social media app illegally collected and commercialized personal data from its Canadian users
Throughout Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor's three years of detention, Canadian officials said they didn't want to politicize their cases. But according to FOI documents, Ottawa lobbied U.S.,...
17% of B.C. survey respondents felt they needed help with their mental health during the pandemic but didn't receive it