Coronavirus news and updates for Friday, May 27, 2022

The latest coronavirus news from Canada and around the world on Friday. This file will be updated throughout the day. Web links to longer stories where available. 7:20 am A Toronto doctor has vaccinated hundreds of children under the age of five – some as young as six months old – against COVID-19, although the … Read more

Looking for a rental home in Toronto’s booming market? Read it

Are you looking for rental accommodation in Toronto? It’s an increasingly competitive market, real estate players say, with some tenants offering extra rent up front to get ahead of other applicants – although landlords can’t legally request this under the law. on Ontario Residential Tenancies. So what can an owner ask for? And what should … Read more

‘It’s unbelievable’: Intense thunderstorm passes through Toronto

The sunny sky darkens in the blink of an eye. A severe thunderstorm with “near hurricane-force winds”, according to a meteorologist, materializing out of nowhere on Saturday afternoon, knock down power linescutting power and break houses all over Ontario. “Wow, that’s amazing,” Weather Network meteorologist Mark Robinson said in a video sending during the storm. … Read more

It’s time for Toronto to create a high-speed Internet network

Just when low-income Toronto residents were counting on the city to create a state-owned and operated municipal broadband network, the city backed away from its commitment to ConnectTO. Despite the city’s acknowledgment in January of the exorbitant prices people face for internet access, the executive committee, chaired by Mayor John Tory, said building a public … Read more

It’s time for Toronto to create a high-speed Internet network

Just when low-income Toronto residents were counting on the city to create a state-owned and operated municipal broadband network, the city backed away from its commitment to ConnectTO. Despite the city’s acknowledgment in January of the exorbitant prices people face for internet access, the executive committee, chaired by Mayor John Tory, said building a public … Read more

Ottawa is preparing new laws to protect against cyberattacks

OTTAWA — After banning Huawei and ZTE from the next generation of high-speed networks in Canada, the Liberal government announces that it will soon introduce new legislation to protect against cyberattacks on telecommunications platforms and other sensitive sectors such as energy, banks and health care. Few details were available the day after the Trudeau cabinet … Read more

Ottawa is preparing new laws to protect against cyberattacks

OTTAWA — After banning Huawei and ZTE from the next generation of high-speed networks in Canada, the Liberal government announces that it will soon introduce new legislation to protect against cyberattacks on telecommunications platforms and other sensitive sectors such as energy, banks and health care. Few details were available the day after the Trudeau cabinet … Read more

Ottawa is preparing new laws to protect against cyberattacks

OTTAWA — After banning Huawei and ZTE from the next generation of high-speed networks in Canada, the Liberal government announces that it will soon introduce new legislation to protect against cyberattacks on telecommunications platforms and other sensitive sectors such as energy, banks and health care. Few details were available the day after the Trudeau cabinet … Read more

Toronto’s DNAstack and Horizon Blockchain Games are on the World Economic Forum’s list of tech pioneers

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has named two Toronto-based companies to its annual list of tech pioneers, companies tackling issues ranging from sustainability and climate change to healthcare and food production . The international organization best known for its annual gathering of world leaders in Davos, Switzerland, has named 100 companies to the list, and … Read more

Toronto’s DNAstack and Horizon Blockchain Games are on the World Economic Forum’s list of tech pioneers

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has named two Toronto-based companies to its annual list of tech pioneers, companies tackling issues ranging from sustainability and climate change to healthcare and food production . The international organization best known for its annual gathering of world leaders in Davos, Switzerland, has named 100 companies to the list, and … Read more