You already know how important information technology is to your business. You've got a website that pushes your brand and maybe even sells your products; you've got an internal network that connects all of your employees to each other and the documents they need; you've got company email to manage, and maybe a bunch of cellphones and BlackBerrys to keep track of; you've got security cameras, passwords, log-ins and keycards; and you've got employee management systems covering attendance, payroll, benefits and more. If any of these fails, you've also got a big problem.
We wrote about a controversial challenge to Canada's prostitution laws last year, and the judge hearing the case has finally released her decision—in favour of the sex-trade workers who raised the challenge. "I have found that the law as it stands, is currently contributing to the danger faced by prostitutes,” said the judge.
On September 1, 2010, Citizenship and Immigration Canada announced revisions to its list of designated countries/territories for the purposes of Section 30 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations.