To mitigate cyber risk, building awareness, following a process, and monitoring your accounts can help ensure your private information remains just that.
Many of you know Nicki who greets you at the Reception Desk or assists you with finding your next great title to read – well Barbie touched her world as well.
Lucy Hambly claimed her first STEM win recently, being awarded School Champion for the University of Waterloo’s Fryer math contest with other Grade 9 students worldwide.
As we head into the holiday season, Ottawa Police Service, in partnership with 211, is reminding residents to be cautious of scams preying on your honesty, trust, good nature and sometimes fear. If it’s too good to be true, it probably is.
With this being Small Business Week, it was time for another update from the founders and young entrepreneurs of myMarketing, Mathew Paquet and Paul Michel…
The City of Ottawa is warning residents about a phishing scam currently underway in the community. People are receiving text messages regarding unpaid parking infractions.
The Ottawa Police Service warns against ‘grandparent’ scam responsible for defrauding the elderly out of tens of thousands of dollars this week.
The Ottawa Police receives hundreds of public complaints about internet fraud each year and would like to remind Ottawa residents to be vigilant.
If you’re cleaning out your basement, don’t trash the treasures you find along the way. Whether it’s a vintage bike, dusty toys, or outgrown clothing, consider selling these items on behalf of the Rideau Valley Conservation Foundation (RVCF) through GiveShop Marketplace.
Hop! is a new app created by EnviroCentre and the Ottawa Student Transportation Authority (OSTA) that encourages students to walk to school.
myMarketing is turning heads in the digital marketing industry with its one-of-a-kind service model and swift growth.
The Ottawa Police Service Organized Fraud Unit is advising the public to be extra vigilant when receiving phone calls from persons identifying themselves as an employee of any Canadian Government Agency.
Visitors to the Carp River Conservation Area can experience their visit like never before with the new interactive and educational app, EcoTrekr, which was inspired by Pokémon GO. EcoTrekr is available to download for free on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
The Ottawa Public Library (OPL) staff realize that there are some in the community who don’t have access to computers or the internet. For that reason, the OPL has put in place safe access to printing, WiFi and computers…
(Mobil Klinik has arrived in Stittsville. A new mobile business for the repair of smartphones and tablets right at your doorstep. Photo: provided) Good news, Stittsville! Residents can now get…