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Alleged RCMP mole Cameron Ortis ordered back to jail

A high-ranking civilian intelligence official with Canada’s national police force accused of preparing to leak highly sensitive information has been ordered back to jail barely three weeks after he was granted bail with strict conditions. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police» 

Politics

Trudeau’s national security and intelligence adviser to retire in December

National Security and Intelligence Adviser Greta Bossenmaier will retire in early December after nearly 35 years in public service, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday. “Ms. Bossenmaier has served Canadians with dedication, integrity, and excellence over the past 35 years,» 

Society

Alleged RCMP mole granted bail

A high-ranking civilian intelligence official with Canada’s national police force accused of preparing to leak highly sensitive information has been granted bail with strict conditions. Evidence at the bail hearing and reasons for the decision by the Ontario Court of» 

Politics, Society

RCMP working to limit possible damage to allies from highly placed mole

Canada’s national police force is working to limit security risks and assess potential damage to “the broader domestic and international security communities” in the wake of charges laid against one of its top intelligence officers, the head of the Royal Canadian» 

Politics, Society

RCMP assesses impacts of possible leaks by alleged mole

Reeling from the arrest of one of its high-ranking intelligence employees, Canada’s national police force is assessing possible damage the alleged mole may have caused to Canada and its allies, the head of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said» 

International, Internet, Science and Technology, Politics, Society

Secretive military intelligence review agency delivers first report

A relatively new group called The National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICP) has just released its first annual report. Although the committee is not secret, most what it deals with is indeed top secret. The idea for the» 

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Survey shows women fear AI, automation job loss

A recent survey commissioned by the Ranstad Canada company echoes other surveys and information that automation and AI (artificial intelligence) could result in significant job loss. The survey found that 30 per cent of women working in a wide variety» 

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China and Canadian and world universities: The military undertones

The west has great universities devoted to learning, exploration, and technological innovation. China knows that and continues to enter into collaborative projects with western universities only too eager to embark upon joint research and sharing projects.   Security and geopolitical experts» 

International, Internet, Science and Technology

Huawei ties to China’s government worry Canada

China’s tech giant, Huawei has invested millions in research in Canada and the government is increasingly concerned about its world dominance in next-generation 5G wireless technology and national security. Huawei is the biggest provider of cellular network equipment in the» 

International, Society

Police must stop posing as journalists, says professor

Intelligence agents and police sometimes pose as journalists in order to trap or capture suspects but that practice puts journalists at risk, says Peter Klein, an associate professor at the University of British Columbia. He is also the founder and»