Canadian Digital Fraudsters More and more Goal Insurance coverage Trade in First Half of 2022

TORONTO, Ontario, Sept. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to a TransUnion Canada TruValidate study, for the second consecutive quarter, the rate of suspected global digital fraud attempts in the insurance industry experienced the greatest rise on a year-over-year basis, increasing 159% between Q2 2021 and Q2 2022 (+125% originating from Canada). This follows a … Read more

JA Worldwide and JA Africa Announce Partnership with Z Zurich Basis to Create Shiny, Boundless Futures for African Youth

Z Zurich Foundation (ZZF) announced today-International Youth Day-that it will partner with JA Worldwide and JA Africa (www.JA-Africa.org), building on relationships already established with JA Canada and Junior Achievement España (JA Spain). ZZF has made a strategic decision to venture and fund Africaand has chosen us, Africa’s largest and most-impactful youth-serving NGO, JA Africa, as … Read more

Supreme Courtroom nixes double royalties for streaming, downloading music on-line

Songwriters are entitled to just one royalty – not two – when their music is streamed or downloaded through an online service, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled. The top court’s decision Friday clarifies the meaning of a Canadian copyright law provision dealing with communication of a work to the public online. Canada ushered … Read more

Craven and Regina companies able to welcome Nation Thunder music pageant

The Country Thunder Saskatchewan music festival is set to kick off on Thursday in Craven, Sask. and local businesses are excited for the money-making opportunities the event brings. Preparations for the festival have been ongoing throughout the week, as plenty of concert-goers have made their way down to Craven, filling the campsite with tents and … Read more

A brand new leisure district in Regina might be on the horizon

The future of Regina arenas may look very different over the next few years. On Wednesday, a detailed report will be presented to the city’s executive committee, outlining what could be next for the Brandt Center and what options might be available if the city wants to replace the arena with a new facility. Read … Read more

Concacaf Girls’s Championship 2022: USWNT & Mexico fixture schedule, TV channels, rosters & information

Everything you need to know ahead of the tournament, as the US women’s national team and hosts Mexico prepare to face off in the group stages The 11th edition of the CONCACAF W Championship will take place this summer, serving as qualifiers for both the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the 2024 Summer Olympic … Read more

Leisure One’s exit from theatrical market a devastating blow for Quebec movie business

It has been confirmed that Les Films Séville Patrick Roy is no longer with the company, his contract having ended this week. Roy told a Montreal news outlet on Tuesday that he is ‘still in discussion’ with eOne and hopes to be able to announce ‘some good news very soon.’Isaiah Trickkey/Getty Images Entertainment One, once … Read more

F1 2022, Daniel Ricciardo, McLaren, rules, energy unit, FIA, Bernie Ecclestone, Toto Wolff, Lewis Hamilton

With 22 races on this year’s calendar and as many as 24 planned for next season, it’s getting hard to switch on the TV and not see Formula 1 — not that we’re complaining. But there’s set to be a considerable increase in Formula 1-related media in the coming years, with now regular announcements that … Read more

The bestselling books in Canada this week

Now here’s an audacious title for a memoir: “James Patterson by James Patterson.” It’s by James Patterson (surprise!). The subtitle: “The Stories of My Life,” which is too clever by half, given that Patterson is probably the most prolific storyteller alive, a writer who has published in every possible genre, including children’s books and nonfiction. … Read more

Artwork present showcases work impressed by London car assault aftermath, honors household – London

In the aftermath of the London vehicle attack, a mural painted by the youngest fatality became a beacon of hope and a source of comfort for a community trying to heal. To mark the anniversary of London deadliest mass murder, the London Muslim Mosque is hosting an art exhibit honoring 15-year-old Yumna Afzaal and featuring … Read more