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Canada becoming a favourite target of hackers for hosting cybercrime: report

Bad guys and affected users aren't necessarily in Canada, but Canadian infrastructure is being used to attack people elsewhere.

Facebook effect: Social network sways online news readership as people share, 'like' items

Facebook influences what news gets read online as people use the popular hangout to share and recommend content, study says.

Sony executives apologize for PlayStation security breach

Data from 10 million credit cards believed to be involved, as well as personal information.

NHL tells Vancouver car dealership its Go Canucks Go sign is a no go

Manager mystified about why he was singled out from a sea of hockey enthusiasm.

Canadian Pacific Rail predicting strong demand growth this year

Surge in commodity prices, export flow through B.C. ports likely to have positive local effect.

Inflation increases chance of imminent increase hike

OTTAWA-The chances of an early hike to interest rates rose sharply Tuesday after Statistics Canada reported that annual and monthly inflation spiked in March, led by rising food and gasoline prices....

212 Productions pleads for less fashion groupthink

When former model Scott Walhovd and business partner Anthony Castro decided to launch their own clothing label, 212 Productions, and a boutique store (located at 454 West Cordova Street), some...

A walk in the woods with Sea to Sky Expeditions

Mark Waldbillig of Sea to Sky Expeditions can't wait to see what the new post-Olympic tourist season has in store.

Diet Consultation with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist

Le Petit Chou’s Wholesome Lunchbox turned my bad eating habits around. Genevieve was very helpful and adaptive to my eating style and health needs. The consult wasn’t about weight loss, or learning to

How to survive a holiday recession

Many of us are finding our wallets a little thinner this holiday season. To avoid debt and get the most out of the holiday season, here are my tips for stress-free budgeting.