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Foreign actors actively targeting Canadian media: security chair

Foreign actors actively targeting Canadian media: security chair

All forms of media, including mainstream media, subjected to interference: report
Undercover officer testifies Coutts accused ready to battle the ‘Devil’s arm’

Undercover officer testifies Coutts accused ready to battle the ‘Devil’s arm’

‘If (police) come into Coutts, he said that he will slit their throats’
Complex demanding agenda as Trudeau off to G7 summit

Complex demanding agenda as Trudeau off to G7 summit

Two major global conflicts, AI, energy transition and more the focus of meetings in Italy
Border strike averted, union announces tentative agreement

Border strike averted, union announces tentative agreement

Public Service Alliance of Canada says details coming after they are shared with members on Thursday
B.C. needs to step up on asylum seekers if it wants more funding: Ottawa

B.C. needs to step up on asylum seekers if it wants more funding: Ottawa

Immigration Minister Marc Miller responds to David Eby’s criticism in wake of Quebec funding
Canada’s human-rights credentials reviewed after discrimination complaint

Canada’s human-rights credentials reviewed after discrimination complaint

Coalition of human-rights organizations submitted a complaint about anti-Black discrimination
No list of disloyal MPs in full spy watchdog report: Elizabeth May

No list of disloyal MPs in full spy watchdog report: Elizabeth May

Green leader ‘vastly relieved’ after reading an unredacted version of a report on foreign interference
As Europe steps right, Canada wonders about the impact on climate, trade

As Europe steps right, Canada wonders about the impact on climate, trade

Growing populism could see a more insular approach from Europe: analyst
Canadian border strike deadline pushed back as talks continue

Canadian border strike deadline pushed back as talks continue

Public Service Alliance of Canada says it has moved its strike deadline to Friday at 12:01 a.m.
Verdict for admitted Winnipeg serial killer Skibicki coming next month

Verdict for admitted Winnipeg serial killer Skibicki coming next month

Defence admits he carried out slayings, argue he should be found not criminally responsible