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Payments Canada has selected Interac as the exchange solution provider for Canada’s upcoming real-time payments system, the Real-Time Rail (RTR). Working closely with Payments Canada, Interac will be using the technology behind the
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American-Japanese multinational cybersecurity software company Trend Micro says it will be expanding its education partnerships across Canada this year. As part of Trend Micro’s recent partnership with Simon Fraser University, which launched in