Bell Canada is faced with a $10 million fine for advertising low prices without including the cost of mandatory additional fees.
When I rented my first apartment in Vancouver, I simply bought the Vancouver Sun, looked in the rental listings, found a place close to where I worked, phoned the number given in the ad, arranged for...
Vancouver citizens will not be able to vote online in this year’s municipal election after all. Ida Chong, provincial Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development, has written to Mayor...
On Wednesday, June 1, Vancouver joins the likes of New York and Boston with the launch of its own chapter of Hacks/Hackers.
Vancouver municipal election 2011: Is internet voting less secure than paper ballots? Suzanne Anton thinks so, but Andrea Reimer believes voter concerns can be resolved.
Earlier today, Stephen Harper ordered his government to review the CRTC's usage-based-billing (#UBB) ruling, a move that came just hours after the Liberal party officially condemned the now-infamous...
The Liberal Party, led by Liberal Industry, Science and Technology Critic Marc Garneau, have vowed to fight for a free and open internet.
Signing the petition against usage-based billing is as easy as one, two, tweet.
If you sometimes feel like you're spending more time with your computer than interacting with the real world, you're not alone. Canadians log more hours online than any other country in the world.
It's caveat emptor when shopping online this holiday season.