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And the leaders of three political parties just hugged. Because Canada.
Hilarious. Public Safety has redacted the "of Canada" in "Government of Canada" in my latest ATI package, citing ministerial advice.
Our Sun colleagues are accredited members of the Parliamentary Press Gallery, and are entitled to ask whatever questions they want.
This is gigantic. Supreme Court unanimously rules police need a warrant for telecom subscriber info. http://thechronicleherald.ca/canada/1214552-police-need-warrant-for-telecom-data-supreme-court-of-canada-rules#.U5sDJ3tWl4M.twitter … #cdnpoli
Star Media Group press release: Metro papers in Regina, Saskatoon, and London to close on Friday.
This @chantalhbert column on what the Hill was like when she got here is pretty horrifying. http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2014/11/05/allegations_suggest_old_habits_die_hard_on_parliament_hill_hbert.html …
I like the idea that Parliament can pass a law telling media organizations how political parties get to use their content. That seems safe.
I don't know what team name your going to go with, Washington, but REDBLACKS is *taken*.
Beyond parody: my latest access to info request censored paragraphs in a press release as they're considered "advice" to the minister.
Website is streaming 73k private (home) security cameras because users kept the default password. http://gizmodo.com/a-creepy-website-is-streaming-from-73-000-private-secur-1655653510 …
Sheila Fraser calls the Conservatives' electoral reform bill "an attack on Canada's democracy." http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/2014/04/03/ex-auditor-general-fraser-slams-elections-bill-as-attack-on-democracy/#.Uz1YevldWgV … #cdnpoli
Public Safety says they may have made a mistake when they censored the "Canada" in "Government of Canada." http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2014/06/20/government_of_censored_censors_cyberbullying_docs.bb.html … #cdnpoli
My favourite comment on my privacy stories so far: "this is canada and theres terrorism shutup and let them do theyre job".
Actual Comment on Whatever This Is: P.K. Subban "still rubs people off the wrong way."
Privacy watchdog investigating RCMP warrantless data collection. http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2014/09/22/privacy_watchdog_investigating_rcmp_data_collection.html … #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/RoeJrSSFXi
Can we just put an end to newspaper endorsements, already?
Library and Archives Canada struggling with 98,000 boxes of unsorted records, spent $15.4m on a digital records system they never used.
Federal politics reporter, Toronto Star. Late of Nova Scotia. aboutilier (at) thestar (dot) ca. PGP: http://tinyurl.com/okqoekq
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