Cyberattacks like the one against the National Research Council of Canada are increasing around the world. But by knowing the steps hackers would use for a sophisticated attack, security experts try to gain the upper hand.
A 'highly sophisticated' cyberattack on the National Research Council’s computer systems may have compromised employees’ personal information and client data, along with Canada’s scientific and industrial trade secrets.
Speed bumps are now in place at the very spot where a cyclist plowed into two little boys last week.
CTV Ottawa first aired the story on Thursday of 5-year-old Moses Elliott and his 2 year old brother Knox who are lucky to be alive after an encounter with a bike
Reports to Transport Canada of lasers being pointed at pilots during flight have increased by more than five times between 2008 and 2013. The aviation industry is asking the Canadian Government to make it an indictable offense.
An Ottawa doctor, at the centre of an infectious control problem in her colonoscopy clinic, has promised she will never practice medicine again. Dr. Christiane Farazli was before the College of Physicians and Surgeons and charged with unprofessional conduct and incompetence
Three passenger plane crashes in the last week may have caused nearly the same number of fatalities over a seven-day period as all aviation fatalities in 2013, according to an international aircraft accidents body.
Passengers are stranded at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport after dozens of North American and European flights were cancelled. A young Ottawa woman was supposed to be on a flight today to Tel Aviv. It's her birthright trip; something she has been planning for months. But her family decided the situation is too dangerous