Canada’s Heritage Minister: No, We Are Not Creating Legislation to Make News Websites Register With the Government

Days Before The Federal Election, Computers On A Remote BC Island Were Hijacked In A Mysterious Cyber Attack

Nearly One-in-Three People Debating Alberta Politics on Twitter Are Likely Bots, New Report Says

British Columbia’s Campaign To Stop Electoral Reform is Now in Full-Blown Fear-Mongering Mode

Ontario Proud Smeared a ‘Families Belong Together’ March. Now Demonstrators are Getting Violent Messages.

The ACLU’s Political Director Says It’s Time To Play Offence Against Trumpism and Right-Wing Propaganda

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