Conservative MPs are expected to receive James Cumming’s post-election review of the O’Toole campaign, which saw the Conservatives win fewer seats than under Andrew Scheer in 2019.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will continue to support the Ukrainian government, but has not yet committed more military aid as tensions with Russia remain high.
Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly accusing Kremlin of “campaign of disinformation, of misinformation and of propaganda” as NATO warns Russian intelligence is operating inside Ukraine.
Dominic Barton announced new gig with mining giant Rio Tinto, which does substantial business in China, while finishing tour as Canada’s ambassador in Beijing.
Global News has learned that a small contingent of Canadian special forces soldiers sent to aid Ukrainian government, plan for potential embassy evacuation should Russia invade.
The federal public health agency says the location data was ‘de-identified’ and could not be linked to individual Canadians’ movement, but privacy advocates still concerned.
Commons committee will hold emergency meeting Thursday to discuss the Public Health Agency of Canada’s plans to purchase the cellphone location data of millions of citizens.
Canada’s information watchdog warned citizens’ right to government documents may soon be ‘beyond repair’ unless Liberals make good on a 2015 pledge to fix the system.
China’s Foreign Ministry opened Dec. 27 news conference accusing Canada of ‘misunderstanding’ the communist regime and ‘miscalculating’ its approach to Beijing.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Beijing is ‘playing’ democracies ‘off each other,’ but countries still must work together with China on big issues like climate change.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that ‘top levels of the military’ insisted there was ‘no problem’ on misconduct scandal that has shaken the Canadian Armed Forces.
A committee of ministers has been tasked with developing a plan to protect Canadian networks, deter cyberattacks, and promote ‘norms-based’ behaviour in cyberspace.
A Conservative source tells Global News the party has identified 13 ridings they believe were targeted by ‘coordinated and sophisticated’ foreign interference campaigns.
Omicron, inflation and supply chain woes are clouding Canada’s otherwise improved federal finances, making speed of economic recovery tough to call.
National security watchdog found the Canadian Armed Forces was not prepared to ‘proactively identify’ threat of white supremacists in the ranks.