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'Definite uptick': Global wave of ransomware attacks hitting Canadian organizations
A Toronto dental clinic has become one of the latest targets in a series of ransomware attacks hitting Canadian networks, particularly in the health-care field. One hacker told CBC that unlocking those files would cost about $165,000.
Thunder Bay, Ont., identify source of threats that closed two high schools Friday
Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., say they've identified the originator of threats that closed to city high schools on Friday.
Here are some safety tips for closing up your camp for the winter
As fall settles in throughout the region, many people across the northeast may be taking advantage of the long weekend to close up their camp for the winter.
No criminal liability for OPP over man's injury while in custody: SIU
There is no criminal liability for Red Lake OPP officers over an injury suffered by a man while he was in their custody, the province's Special Investigations Unit said.
Police investigate after body part found in Thunder Bay, Ont. park
Thunder Bay police continue to investigate the discovery of a human body part at Marina Park on Thursday.
Kenora, Ont., set to open first public art gallery
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Police investigating threats against two Thunder Bay high schools
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Thunder Bay police warn public about phone scammers posing as police
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