Day: October 13, 2020

Government wants to protect details of RCMP raid on Montreal company linked to China



Pen Sovan wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Former McGill University professor Ishiang Shih.


Former McGill University professor Ishiang Shih.

The Canadian government has gone to the Federal Court in an attempt to protect “sensitive” information about the raid of a Quebec company that was searched by the RCMP as part of an investigation into the alleged diversion of technology with military uses to China.

RCMP officers searched JYS Technologies in Brossard, Que., in 2018. They were acting at the request of the FBI, which was looking for evidence

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Over 50s Cry Foul Over Society’s Creeping Ageism

Over 25 million people in the UK – that’s just shy of 40% of the population – are aged over 50. But despite their numbers, many of them feel they are represented poorly in society, especially when it comes to sectors such as fashion, sports and business.

SunLife, a financial services company serving the over 50s market, says ageism is a problem that needs to be tackled by product and service providers alike. Its

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Article: US Is the Top Human Rights Violator in the World, and It’s Not Even Close

Republished from The American Herald Tribune


Few things are more politicized and distorted in the United States than the subject of human rights. Over the last two generations, the U.S. political class and its conduits in the corporate media have weaponized human rights to serve an imperialist agenda. NGOs such as Human Rights Watch (HRW) and Amnesty International tend to focus much of their time crafting human rights narratives on matters of

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Former Calgary police lawyer settles lawsuit with CPS, city

A former Calgary Police Service lawyer has settled a lawsuit with the organization and the city over a contested severance agreement worth more than $500,000.



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A consent order filed Sunday, containing an amended statement of defence, withdrew various allegations against former CPS general counsel Stephanie Morson. The defendants, which included the CPS, Chief Mark Neufeld and the City of Calgary, “expressed regret . . . for the negative

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