Sunshine List: Toronto university presidents, professors well represented on Sunshine List - CBC.ca

Nearly 10-thousand professors and associate professors in Ontario made more than $100,000 last year, the Sunshine List reveals. Sunshine List reveals Ontario's public sector salaries. There are 123,572 names on this years list and 9,515 of those names ...

BlackBerry's licensing strategy goes forward as turnaround continues - The Globe and Mail

BlackBerry Ltd. doesn't make hardware any more, but that isn't stopping chief executive officer John Chen from envisioning his company's name on tablets, wearables, appliances, medical devices – and even “Internet-enabled shoes.” The one-time ...

Samsung Acknowledges Galaxy S8 Facial Recognition Security Limitations - Forbes

Earlier this week, the Samsung Galaxy S8 line of devices were announced with tremendous fanfare. The Galaxy S8 serves as a symbol of Samsung's comeback story following the Galaxy Note 7 debacle. In my opinion, the pros of the Galaxy S8 outweigh the ...

SpaceX pulls off first reused rocket mission - The Straits Times

CAPE CANAVERAL (Florida) • Billionaire Elon Musk's Space Exploration Technologies Corp (SpaceX) flew a rocket that had previously been in orbit out to space and back again - a key milestone in cutting flight costs and enabling people to one day live on ...

New Toronto AI research centre to get financing from all levels of government, private sector - ITBusiness.ca

Toronto's push to become a global leader in artificial intelligence (AI) is finding support from all levels of government, academia and private businesses. The University of Toronto's newly unveiled Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence will be ...

US has trade surplus with Canada, Freeland says - The Globe and Mail

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is taking aim at a core assumption of Donald Trump's upcoming review of American trading partners — she said Friday the U.S. has a trade surplus with Canada, not the other way around. Freeland's assessment ...

$2.2B for rapid transit - Castanet.net

The province will match a $2.2-billion boost from the federal government for a major transportation project in the Lower Mainland. Measles alert on WestJetAbbotsford 1:32 pm - 474 views. Tougher rules needs for adsVictoria 1:20 pm - 362 views.

How To Kill The 5 Toughest Enemies in Breath of the Wild - Paste Magazine

It's fitting that the latest game in the Legend of Zelda series is called Breath of the Wild—the elements and animals are arguably the toughest parts of the game. As Link travels across Hyrule there are a number of tough enemies he'll meet, and ...

The close: TSX ends lower despite BlackBerry jump - The Globe and Mail

Canada's main stock index ended modestly lower on Friday, weighed by financial and railway companies, though better-than-expected results from BlackBerry offset some of the losses as its stock surged. Shortly after the closing bell, the Toronto Stock ...

April Fools' Day 2017: the best (and worst) pranks - The Verge

April 1st — a day colloquially known as “April Fools' Day” or “the worst holiday ever” — isn't even until tomorrow, but because the month of April starts on a Saturday this year, all the #brands are already out in force to pollute the internet ...

Dolphins cut Dion Jordan, parting ways with their most disappointing draft pick ever - Miami Herald

Dion Jordan is the biggest draft bust in Dolphins history. It's official now, as the organization formally cut the former No. 3 overall pick Friday. The designation: waived-failed physical. So Jordan, the promising defensive end who could never get his ...

Five Thoughts After Playing Destiny For The First Time In Months - Kotaku

Over the last two and a half years, I've played more than 1,000 hours of Destiny. Over the last five months, I've barely played any. This week I returned to the game, and let me tell you, it is no small feat to climb back into a game you used to play ...

Hard-working badger caught on video burying whole calf to feast on later - CBC.ca

An enterprising pair of badgers caught burying calf carcasses in the desert may help repair the animals' reputation as pests. University of Utah biologists were observing scavenger behaviour in Utah's Great Basin Desert when they first witnessed an ...

McDonald's Canada: 95K job-seekers' info hacked - CTV News

TORONTO -- McDonald's Canada says the jobs section of its website has been hacked, compromising the personal information of about 95,000 applicants over the last three years. The company said Friday the accessed information included names, ...

Five confirmed cases of measles in GTA - CTV News

There are now five confirmed cases of the measles throughout the GTA, public health officials say. On Friday, the most recent case of measles was confirmed by The Halton Region Health Department in Oakville. As well, three confirmed cases of the virus ...

Cop gets 40 years in prison in autistic child's shooting death - Toronto Sun

MARKSVILLE, La. — A Louisiana law enforcement officer was sentenced Friday to 40 years in prison a week after a jury convicted him of manslaughter in the shooting death of a 6-year-old boy with autism. Derrick Stafford, 33, was convicted in the ...

Canada wins silver, bronze in women's competition at figure skating worlds - CTV News

HELSINKI -- Canada has won a pair of medals in the women's competition at the world figure skating championships in Helsinki. Kaetlyn Osmond of Marystown, N.L., won the silver medal with a score of 218.13, while Gabrielle Daleman of Newmarket, Ont., ...

'This is how Trump liberates Mosul': Daesh is using civilian deaths to undercut US gains - Toronto Star

Children wait for their mother to collect food being distributed in a neighborhood recently retaken by Iraqi security forces in Mosul on Friday. (Felipe Dana / AP). By Susannah George Zeina KaramThe Associated Press. Fri., March 31, 2017.

Small Council: Let's react to the promo trailer for Game of Thrones season 7 - Winter Is Coming

HBO released a new promo trailer for Game of Thrones season 7, featuring new footage of Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Cersei Lannister and a special guest! Do we love it? Hate it? Somewhere in the middle. Let's react all over it. Also, beware of light ...

Twitter has killed off the egg default profile photo - Daily Mail

The social media network has changed the image to a new neutral human silhouette in a bid to encourage users to upload a picture of themselves. The initiative is also part of Twitter's strategy to combat harassment, as there has been 'an association ...