Foreign influence in our elections is real, so what are we doing about it?
A recent CSIS report says the agency has ‘observed persistent and sophisticated state-sponsored threat activity targeting elections for many years now and continues to see a rise in its frequency and sophistication.’
CSIS, under current director David Vigneault, is warning of the threat of foreign influence. But a decade has passed, and Canadians are wiser about the threats posed by Russia and, of course, China, writes Andrew Caddell. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade