Most government agencies use wireless printers, but few organizations apply the same level of security rigour to printers as they do to computing devices.
While jobs in domains related to science, technology, engineering, and math are growing three times faster than other parts of the economy and paying 12 per cent higher, these jobs employ less than 25 per cent women. The Senate Open Caucus recently heard some ways we can help change that.
'Governments cannot short-change basic science and expect innovation to flourish,' says ex-UofT Naylor
FairPlay's 'moderate, responsible proposal' on piracy websites should be given due consideration 'based on the facts and not contrived arguments designed to oppose it,' writes Barry Sookman.
From housing to immigration, the federal government can act in big ways to help improve the lives of those living with disabilities.