Supreme Court to Hear Case on Whether ISPs Can Charge for IDing Online Pirates

Supreme Court to Hear Case on Whether ISPs Can Charge for IDing Online Pirates

By The Canadian Press

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The Supreme Court of Canada is shown in Ottawa on Thursday Nov. 2, 2017. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick)

OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada says it will hear a case over whether an internet service provider can charge a fee for revealing information about a suspected movie pirate to film producers seeking to crack down on people who share copyrighted material illegally.

Rogers Communications Inc. has assembled the identifying information sought by a group of movie producers who want a name to use in filing a lawsuit.

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Ontario College Apologizes for Student Sexual Harassment of TV Reporter

Ontario College Apologizes for Student Sexual Harassment of TV Reporter

By The Canadian Press

Britt Dixon
Britt Dixon (CHCH)

HAMILTON – A southern Ontario college says it’s investigating two incidents in which a television reporter says she was sexually harassed by students.

In a posting on the Mohawk College Facebook page, president Ron McKerlie says campus security is looking into “misogynistic words” used by two students on Tuesday.

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Man Charged in Multiple Robberies, Attempted Carjacking

Man Charged in Multiple Robberies, Attempted Carjacking

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A man tries to open the door of a woman’s vehicle during a failed carjacking on Tuesday, November 21, 2017. Police are looking to speak with the victim. (WPS / HANDOUT)

Winnipeg police have charged a 25-year-old man with robbing a convenience store twice and then attempting to steal a woman’s vehicle.

Officers were called Tuesday to the 100 block of Salter Street at 10 p.m. for a report of a convenience store having just been robbed.

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Regulator Investigating Sears Canada Liquidation Sale Prices: Monitor

Regulator Investigating Sears Canada Liquidation Sale Prices: Monitor

By The Canadian Press

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Shoppers are seen in a Sears store in Hull, Quebec on Friday, July 21, 2017. The Competition Bureau is investigating allegations that prices on some merchandise was marked up ahead of the liquidation sales at Sears Canada that began last month, the court-appointed monitor overseeing the retailer says. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick)

TORONTO – The Competition Bureau is investigating allegations that prices on some merchandise was marked up ahead of the liquidation sales at Sears Canada that began last month, the court-appointed monitor overseeing the retailer says.

The monitor says the regulator sent letters on Nov. 8 to the liquidators inquiring about the allegations that certain merchandise was marked up.

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Canada’s 150 Year Ends on Ice, But No Hockey Pucks, Triple Jumps Allowed

Canada’s 150 Year Ends on Ice, But No Hockey Pucks, Triple Jumps Allowed

By The Canadian Press

Parliament Hill Skating Rink
Construction continues on the skating rink on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. The rink is part of a $5.6 million budget that includes a contest to bring 32 peewee house league hockey teams from across the country to Ottawa for a tournament after Christmas. The rink comes complete with cooling system, grandstands and boards. But outside of the tournament and a few other assorted events, there will be no hockey allowed on the ice. Also no food, no rough housing, no tag, no figure or speed skating, and no carrying of children. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang)

No hockey.

No racing.

No cell phones.

But other than that, have fun, kids!

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