Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered his most detailed explanation yet on Wednesday, November 23, 2022, about what kind of "interference" he brought up with Chinese President Xi Jinping in a meeting earlier this month.
It’s abundantly clear, given both his statements about being a “free speech absolutist” and his own interventions on Twitter, that Musk isn’t going to crack down on the spread of misinformation or conspiracy theories.
Canada is sanctioning 34 individuals and a television network in Russia that the federal government considers "propaganda agents," Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly announced on Monday, October 17, 2022.
Disinformation on federal fertilizer rules being peddled by politicians, the fossil fuel lobby and right-wing groups is “really frustrating” and “we haven't found the magic recipe yet” to address it, says Canada’s Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau.
A new academic analysis has identified at least 75 foreign digital operations of a malicious political or industrial nature directed at Canada since 2010 – from attempts to steal COVID-19-related research to the targeting of Uyghur human rights activists.
The federal government must confront and deal with threats to our democracy: anger, aggression and hate spurred by increasing social polarization, writes Brent Jolly, president of the Canadian Association of Journalists.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled plans to create a special team focused on countering Russian disinformation and propaganda on Tuesday, August 23, 2022, as Ukrainians prepared to mark the six-month anniversary of Moscow’s invasion of their country.