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Bank of Canada outsources back office

In a nine-year deal worth $400 million, EDS will manage systems that support the government's retail debt program

Quebec takes offences to the Internet

A $13 million partnership between a newly-formed agency spun off from the provincial Ministry of Justice and DMR will allow citizens to pay criminal and penal fines online

University of Alberta develops e-learning best practices

Sun Microsystems names school a Center of Excellence

Secure Channel to centralize access to federal services

Treasury Board plans e-filing, EI and procurement through project

Manitoba discusses e-government growing pains

Convincing citizens is the easy part, deputy minister says

Electrical Safety Authority looks for CRM consistencies

IT problems surface in wake of Ontario Hydro breakup

Hospital offers fee-based Net access

An IT manager uses NIC cards to come up with a revenue-generating service that may be among the first of its kind in Canada

Canada Post to integrate voice, Internet services

At Sapphire 2001, the nation's snail mail service says it will upgrade its customer relationship management application using mySAP to work better with call centres

Simcoe plans for broadband boom

A $12 million project will bring virtual town halls, telemedicine and GIS applications to schools, libraries and local businesses over a high-speed Internet connection by next year

Stream sewer robot rides again

Richmond Hill to lay 10 to 20 km of fibre in business parks

Gigabit ethernet network is music to students’ ears

Waterloo region schools boards, libraries partner for broadband access

Provincial veteran offers e-health prescription

Ontario's information and privacy commissioner, Ann Cavoukian (right) talks about the difference between privacy and security, the best practices for online health records and her struggle to get legislation passed that complies with them

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