There must be clear policies about the sort of personal information flying drones are allowed to collect before Canadian police and others begin using them on a large scale, warns a new study.
A Ritewing Zephyr II flies with a GoPro camera mounted on it flies over a waterfront park in Berkeley, Calif. in this March, 28, 2012 photo. (AP / Eric Risberg) Read More
Throughout the first weekend of November, V. Prem Watsa, the Canadian immigrant success story and chairman of Fairfax Financial Holdings, was huddled in the offices of his Toronto law firm, Torys, trying to salvage the biggest bet of his career.
V. Prem Watsa, head of Fairfax Financial Holdings, is far from a public figure in Canada and gives interviews only sporadically.
by Christopher Flavelle
Alison Redford, premier of the Canadian province of Alberta, is coming to Washington tomorrow to lobby Congress on behalf of the Keystone XL oil-sands pipeline, which would boost her economy but raise global carbon emissions and endanger the environment of the states it would pass through on its way south. Or, as she puts it, she wants Americans to understand "the responsible energy development and the strong environmental policies we have in Alberta." Good idea, premier. Let me help. Read More