Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains has a packed agenda, starting with an update on the feds' superclusters program.
The Cambridge Analytica-Facebook scandal, and revelations that Google tracks its users, are not privacy breaches. These are business models based on exploiting current gaps in data-governance laws.
The prime minister was right to call out universities and anti-Israel activists who are victimizing Jewish-Canadians once again, writes Avi Benolo of the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies.
Demographic panic in countries like Hungary finds its political expression in a paranoid fear that the country's dwindling population will be overrun by immigrants with a radically different culture, particularly refugee
For Annie Bergeron-Oliver, journalism was just "the family business."
The Canadian political landscape is different, compared to the U.S., says Equal Voice's Nancy Peckford, and the trends have consistently shown that progress in Canada tends to be incremental.
It is inescapable that the 'what should be done,' if it were to be done by conservatives, would have to look remarkably like a carbon tax.
The issue of the future Canada-China relationship comes at a critical time, as Canada urgently seeks ways to reduce its economic dependence on the U.S. by diversifying its trade and investment partners.
The space pays tribute to the sacrifices of Canadians, the cost of peace, and a legacy of hope.
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