security

Columnists
Sep 5, 2014

Threats to security start at home

"Developments in other parts of the world, particularly in Iraq and Syria, threaten our security at home," said Barack Obama. But the threats at home may be different from those he has in mind.
Blog
Jul 10, 2013

Government surveillance exploits access to our data

OpenMedia.ca
Catherine Hart
The move towards the security and efficiency of data-sharing and cloud-based computing is at risk as increased government surveillance exploits access to our data.
News
Jun 14, 2013

Spying on everyone to catch terrorists doesn't add up

Garth Mullins
Spying on everyone is a clear signpost on the road to a different type of society and many are willing to sacrifice liberty for security. But this is actually not the deal on offer.
Blog
Nov 6, 2012
Sean Kilpatrick, the Canadian Press

Ballistic steal: Armoured Harper in India

Christopher Majka
When Stephen Harper went to India he decided he needed his fleet of armored cars, an extravagance that will cost taxpayers over $622,000. Couldn't he have ordered a $16 glass of orange juice instead?
Blog
Aug 29, 2012
Photo: Tatiana Pichugina/Flickr

Harper in the Arctic: The end of ice tour?

John Crump
News that multi-year Arctic sea ice was melting towards a record low did not put a dent in Prime Minister Stephen Harper's annual northern road show last week.

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