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Experts: US Must Be Ready for Cyberwar
WASHINGTON—The United States is at the beginning of an era of cyberwarfare with China and several other adversaries, and needs to take vigorous actions to fight and win this war, ...
January 17, 2019
Canada’s Intelligence Chief Says Foreign Interference, Espionage Biggest Threats to National Interest
David Vigneault, director of CSIS, warned that hostile foreign intelligence services are gathering political, economic, commercial, and military ...
December 5, 2018
Michael Chan’s Libel Suit: Globe and Mail Files Statement of Defence
The Globe and Mail's recently filed defence statement in a close to $5 million lawsuit by Ontario Immigration ...
March 16, 2016
Michael Chan and the Troubling Thumbprint of the Chinese Communist Party in Canada
TORONTO—A Globe and Mail report that confirms years of coverage by the Epoch Times recounts the story behind ...
June 17, 2015
CSIS Warned Ontario About Minister’s Ties to China
One of two provincial ministers former CSIS director Richard Fadden said in 2010 were feared to be under ...
June 16, 2015
Beijing Uses Confucius Institutes for Espionage, Says Canadian Intelligence Veteran
There was no subtlety in Michel Juneau-Katsuya’s tone when directly asking Canada’s largest school district to give the ...
October 14, 2014
Friends of Chinese Regime Back New Wave of Liberal MP Hopefuls
An unusual trend is playing out in some federal Liberal Party riding nominations as a group of men ...
September 3, 2014
Canada’s Intelligence Agency Reveals Years of Captured Spy Equipment
The spy business has changed a lot over the years and for its 30th anniversary Canada’s national intelligence ...
August 12, 2014
Canada Finally Names China in Cyber Crimes
Canada is finally breaking its silence on China’s cyber espionage, something the US and other government have done, ...
July 31, 2014
Suspended Pairs Skating Champion John Coughlin Dies at 33
The Associated Press
Scuffles Break Out as ‘Yellow Vests’ March in Paris in Latest Protest
77-Year-Old Veteran Dies Alone, Hundreds of Strangers Show Up at Funeral
‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’ to Get Star Billing in Weekend Lunar Eclipse
Mueller’s Office Disputes BuzzFeed Report on Former Trump Lawyer
Mexican Pipeline Blast During Fuel Raid Kills at Least 21
Thousands Attend March for Life as Trump and Pence Pledge Support
President Trump to Make Announcement on Government Shutdown
The Associated Press
New Caravan of Central American Migrants Crosses Into Mexico
250 Illegal Immigrants Give Themselves Up to Border Agents in New Mexico