- Bowmanville High School1977 - 1981
- Granton Institute of TechnologyCriminal Justice and Law Enforcement, 1990 - 1992
An I.T. professional for 20+ years with Rogers Communications and IBM, a licensed Amateur Radio operator (VA3DBJ), a member of RadioReference.com and a certified CANWARN storm spotter. I have been dabbling with photography for the past couple of years (thanks to my daughter).
401 eastbound lanes re-open near Brighton, still jammed up near Cobourg
Treacherous driving conditions resulted in a series of collisions on Highway 401, including a number of jackknifed trucks that temporarily c
Commemorations of historic military events could put current force at ri...
OTTAWA — The federal Conservative government's plan to commemorate a large number of military battles and accomplishments in the coming year
NSA, GCHQ 'planted agents' into World of Warcraft, Second Life to spy on...
The NSA and the UK’s GCHQ spying agencies have collected players’ charts and deployed real-life agents into online World of Warcraft and Sec
Android 4.4.1 Now Being Tested by Google on Nexus 4, 5, 7
Android 4.4 KitKat has been available for a little over a month now. Naturally, it was only a matter of time before minor upgrades would be
Awesome List Of Google Now Voice Commands - KitKat Updated
In the new Android 4.4 update, Google has highly integrated its personal assistant Google Now into the KitKat home screen. It has now a dedi
Veterans give government the cold shoulder on day of solemn ceremony
Many of the country’s veterans are unhappy with the Conservative government, which some accuse of failing those who have served
Ottawa sending DART to Philippines after deadly storm
Canada is sending members of its Disaster Assistance Response Team to the Philippines to aid the emergency response in the typhoon-battered
Canadian government not fulfilling obligation to veterans: advocate
A veterans advocate says the Canadian government is not showing the same dignity to the country's injured soldiers as it once did.
Veteran's widow willing to break law to wear war medals, honour late hus...
As a tribute to her late husband, Medrienn Ferris intends to participate in Charlottetown’s Remembrance Day ceremony on Monday by wearing th
Canadian doctors looking into effects of bomb blasts on brains of soldiers
The long-term impact of roadside bombings on the brains of Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan is the focus of two research projects underway i
Google Search app improvements could be coming next week
New contextual cards and smarter voice search in Nov. 13 update, according to Wired Google has slowly but consistently been improving its se
Facebook bug improperly revealed some personal information to 'friends' ...
Facebook's security team made a post today to let users know of a bug that was discovered and fixed that has revealed some user's contact in
Barrie police officer found guilty of assault and fabricating evidence i...
Security video made the difference for a 28-year-old man falsely charged with assaulting the cop who beat him up and then framed him.