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PM's ex-security adviser calls system for flagging vital intelligence 'ad-hoc' and 'inconsistent'

Vincent Rigby, who served as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's national security adviser from 2020 to 2021, told MPs Thursday that he fears “important and actionable” intelligence was not always pursued during his tenure.

David Johnston no longer working with crisis communications firm Navigator

David Johnston, the federal government's special rapporteur on foreign interference, is no longer employing crisis communications firm Navigator after a media report suggested the firm also worked with an MP who was a subject of Johnston’s initial investigation.

LGBTQ Canadians facing a rising tide of hatred, Trudeau says

In a speech at a Pride flag-raising ceremony on Parliament Hill Thursday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that hatred of LGBTQ people is on the rise in Canada.

Ottawa wants to keep social media creators out of online streaming rules

The federal government is telling Canada's broadcasting regulator to exclude individual social media creators in the regulations to implement the government's new online streaming law.

Trudeau shows no interest in compromising with Meta, Google over online news bill

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is showing no interest in compromising with Meta and Google on a Liberal bill that would make them pay for Canadian journalism that helps the companies generate revenue.

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    Economists weigh in on Bank of Canada's first overnight rate hike since January

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    NDP and Liberal MPs react to David Johnston's appearance before Commons committee on foreign interference

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    An exclusive one-on-one with David Johnston

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    Danielle Smith wins Alberta, but not without some battle scars

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    Atlantic premiers urge the federal government to delay new clean fuel regulations

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    Time running out for potential public inquiry into foreign interference, says legal expert

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