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Government computers slowly returning to normal after ransomware attack

November 15, 2019 The Canadian Press

IQALUIT, Nunavut – The Nunavut government is slowly returning to normal nearly two weeks after its computer systems were paralyzed by a cyber attack. Dean Wells, the territory’s chief information officer, says departments are beginning to come back online. Government

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Computer woes continue for government after cyber attack

November 7, 2019 The Canadian Press

IQALUIT, Nunavut – The government of Nunavut is still struggling with computer systems paralyzed by a cyber attack last weekend. “Network recovery is ongoing as the (territory) works to uncover information, prepare recovery plans and work on department priorities,” said

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Government services affected by weekend ransomware attack

November 4, 2019 The Canadian Press

IQALUIT, Nunavut – Crucial Nunavut government services from health to justice were still impaired Monday after a weekend cyberattack locked out civil servants from access to electronic information. “We are working non-stop to resolve this issue,” said Premier Joe Savikataaq

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‘Behind in our preparation:’ Nunavut rushing to meet pot deadline

February 20, 2018 The Canadian Press

IQALUIT, Nunavut – With marijuana legalization only months away, members of Nunavut’s new government are finally discussing how the territory will handle the change. “We do feel behind in our preparation,” said Dan Carlson, Nunavut’s deputy minister of finance. The

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Child restraint systems in commercial aviation should be mandatory: TSB

May 19, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The use of child restraint systems should be mandatory on commercial aircraft in Canada, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada reiterated Thursday in a report on an accident that injured 25. No child restraint systems were used (nor were they

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Transportation Safety Board calls on aviation firms to have “clearly defined” go-around policies

April 20, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Commercial aviation firms are at increased risk if they do not have a “clearly defined go-around policy” during approach and landing, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada suggested in a report released Thursday, the same day the agency announced a

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Canadian Arctic glaciers now major contributor to sea level change: study

February 21, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Ice loss from Canada’s Arctic glaciers has transformed them into a major contributor to sea level change, according to recent research by glaciologists at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). From 2005 to 2015, surface melt off ice caps and