According to the survey, 54% percent of the population is afraid to return to work in light of the contagiousness of the novel coronavirus, and roughly 60% plan to refuse going back if they feel it’s not safe enough. Those findings come from a poll of 1,010 Canadians conducted with online research platform Methodify between July 22 and 24.
Amid ongoing negotiations about its future, and its likely sell-off to an American-owned organization to avoid a ban in the US, TikTok has this week launched a new information hub, which it says will ‘serve as a source of truth’ in counter to the various rumors around the app.
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Canadian government services have been targeted in credential-stuffing attacks and about 15,000 accounts have been compromised, including those used to provide COVID-19 relief benefits.
Those behind the attacks compromised 5,500 Canada Revenue Agency accounts, a service portal that enables Canadians to view and manage tax and benefits information along with more than 9,000 GCKey accounts, a portal used by federal departments to provide access to information on government services.