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Tech facilitating online education in ways ‘not possible’ a year ago

SFU's incoming president says challenges still await faculty, students as university shifts to online learning

Telus buys family-owned Price's Alarms as it expands security services

Billed as the oldest security company in Canada, Victoria-based Price’s Alarms is now part of the Telus empire. The family-owned company, which grew out of a locksmith business started in 1895, is...

COVID-19: B.C. researchers, companies partner up to study safe return to work

What happened: B.C. researchers and businesses are recruiting volunteers to study both the medical and psychosocial impacts of COVID-19 in the workplace Why it matters: Real-time data from the study...

Could llamas help fight COVID-19? A Richmond company and Canadian biotech coalition hope so

51 genetic sequences released for free in hopes of accelerating treatment development

Cybersleuths probe online crooks from Burnaby data centre

Corporate systems vulnerable to attacks via at-home workers’ domestic devices

B.C. privacy laws outdated, lawmakers told

Lack of change could harm ability to do business with Europe, Asia

B.C. groups double down on digital twinning

New partnership sees B.C. First Nation become the first in Canada to tap new technology

Where is B.C.'s COVID contact-tracing technology?

PM signalled two months ago B.C. would be among first provinces to deploy the national app

Internet site blocking battle invokes Canadians’ information rights

“Site blocking orders could be used to shut down journalists, artists, scientists, or politicians”

Technology reshaping the field of sports fandom

Twitter Canada reports uptick in activity as pro sports resume play in North America