WATCH: Liberal supporters harassed by Indigenous protestors
Among those present, were indigenous protestors who criticized Trudeau’s alleged hypocrisy on the issue of the environment.
Alleged RCMP spy wrote his thesis on Asian cybersecurity and spoke Mandarin
Cameron Ortis, the Director General of an RCMP intelligence unit accused of allegedly leaking operational info wrote a Ph.D. thesis at the University of British Columbia in 2006 on cybersecurity in East Asia.
RCMP intelligence Director General charged with espionage involving foreign powers
According to sources, RCMP HQ Director General of the intelligence unit, Cameron Ortis was arrested in Ottawa under the secrets act for alleged …
First election debate fires off with empty podium standing in for Trudeau
Looming over tonight’s federal leader’s debate hosted by Macleans and CityTV was the absence of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Media bus crashes into Liberal campaign plane wing on first night of election
According to various reports, a bus has crashed into the wing of the Liberal campaign plane in Victoria, British Columbia….
NORAD asked Canada to review cybersecurity around civilian infrastructure and army bases
The Americans were looking to spot vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure that could be used in a potential cyber attack.
Ontario’s Law Society repeals “anti-free speech” Statement of Principles
Lawyers opposing the statement called it an infringement on their fundamental right to free speech and claimed that it was ideologically biased.
Canadian oil and gas companies to be removed from stock index
After weak performance this summer as many as seven Canadian oil and gas companies could potentially be removed from the Toronto Stock Exchange index, analysts say.
Manitoba re-elects a Conservative majority government
In another landslide victory for provincial conservative parties, the province of Manitoba has re-elected the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba to lead them.
The election is here, but the Liberals have a head start
Since the other parties are limited by the new act to spend a maximum of two million dollars in advertising during the pre-writ period, the governing Liberals had free reign to play with billions of taxpayer dollars.