PATRICK MCGUIRE VICE
The politician has been unabashedly pro-journalist in his statements, but will he make legal protections for reporters a priority?
"I don't think everybody should have a big fit about it," said the anonymous Canadian hacktivist of the stunt.
Shortly after what looked like the manifesto of alleged shooter Dylann Roof showed up on a website, a misspelled version of that site's URL directed traffic to a company called Fluid Vapor.
Even if Blair's spying strategy is legally defensible, it doesn't mean it's the type of police tactic that rings true ethically.
It's either a weird spy joke or a[nother] very disturbing encroachment on smartphone users' privacy.
Online activists are working hard to stop the media from ignoring a possible child-molestation scandal that could involve high-ranking political figures.
"CrossCountry Canada" will make you feel like you're actually deliver potash from Saskatoon to Winnipeg.
Alcohol is strictly regulated and widely prohibited in Canada's youngest territory. We went there to explore the issue of prohibition and whether it's healing or adding to the territory's social crises.
The Canadian military's R&D division appears to be looking into a smart, guided bomb system for aerial war.
The RCMP is apparently following international policing trends and launching a pilot project that will have some officers recording their every interaction.
The multi-tentacled crime drama that surrounded Rob Ford's mayoral tenure is kind of like the Serial podcast for Toronto politics nerds, and the mess continues to be heavily investigated online by armchair sleuths.