For years, Canada’s privacy commissioners have warned the country’s decades-old privacy legislation is in urgent need of an overhaul, and that the commissioner’s office requires new tools to properly do its job.
Describing Canada as a “work in progress,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the UN Thursday about the country’s failures and mistakes in its historical relationship with Indigenous people and his hope to right the wrongs of the past.
Canada intends to encourage countries at a November peacekeeping summit to follow its example and rise to a “new level” of ambition in the commitment of troops and equipment to the world’s trouble spots, federal documents show.
Quebec provincial police have found a body near the town of Arundel, 20 kilometres south of Mont-Tremblant, where they’ve been searching for 71-year-old Yvon Lacasse, who last seen on Thursday, Sept. 14.
Are scientific findings a matter of opinion? Forty-three per cent of Canadians agree that they are, suggests a new poll.
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Edmonton saw its first snowfall of the season late Tuesday morning.
Equifax Canada said a massive cybersecurity breach at the company may have exposed the personal information of about 100,000 Canadian consumers.