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Cyber threat: FBI issues yet another warning about Huawei- ZTE

For years security experts in Canada and the U.S have been expressing concerns about Chinese high-tech firms and potential spying. Last week FBI director Christopher Wray told a U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee hearing that the government should be ” deeply» 

Politics, Society

National Flag Day: Celebrating Canada’s Maple Leaf flag

Today Canada celebrates its flag, the red and white Maple Leaf. It is also one of the youngest flags having been officially raised for the first time in a chilly ceremony in front of Canada’s Parliament, on February 15, 1965.» 


Canada adds gold, silver and bronze to its medal count

Canadian athletes at the Pyeongchang Winter Games in South Korea won three more medals Thursday to bring the country’s total to 13 – four gold, four silver and five bronze – placing Canada in third place behind Norway with 17» 

High-speed rail promised for Canada,…again.

Canada is the only G7 country without a high-speed rail system, and this in spite of the fact that the huge distances between cities make it a worthwhile endeavour. Ontario is now once again talking about a high-speed rail line with» 

International, Politics

Canada rejoins NATO’s AWACS program

Seven years after it withdrew from NATO’s Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) program, Ottawa has decided to rejoin the alliance’s aerial intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance program, Canada’s defence minister announced Wednesday. The AWACS program was established by the United» 


Canadian speedskater Boutin threatened online after controversial Olympic bronze

Canadian short-track speedskater Kim Boutin has received death threats and was subjected to online abuse by furious Korean fans after she was awarded a bronze medal following the disqualification of a South Korean athlete in the 500-metre race at the Pyeongchang»