The former head of the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, Morris Rosenberg, says concerns were never raised to him about a large donation to the charity from two Chinese businessmen connected to Beijing.
Global News and its parent company Corus Entertainment say in response to a lawsuit filed by Han Dong that their reporting about the Toronto MP was based on a detailed investigation involving multiple sources.
Bill Blair is blaming Canadian Security Intelligence Service director David Vigneault for the fact that he didn't receive a memo warning about the alleged targeting of Conservative MP Michael Chong and his family by a Chinese diplomat.
The former governor general said an inquiry cannot be undertaken in public because of the sensitivity of the intelligence involved, and there would be considerable overlap with the work that he has already been doing to investigate the issue of alleged foreign meddling in the last two federal elections.
Conservative Party Leader Pierre Poilievre said this week that if he became prime minister, his government would pass legislation to deny repeat violent offenders access to bail — and while the proposal speaks to Canadians' deepening concerns about crime, experts suggest it would likely be unconstitutional.
Canada is relocating its efforts to get stranded Canadians out of Sudan from the capital to a distant port city as violence continues to escalate between the country's army and a powerful paramilitary group.