Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is pushing for an emergency Commons committee meeting in the wake of a massive personal data breach at the Desjardins Group — believed to be one of the largest ever among Canadian financial institutions. Last month, the Quebec-based bank revealed that an employee with “ill-intention” collected information about nearly threeRead More →

The U.K. government said Monday leaks of memos in which its ambassador to the U.S. described President Donald Trump’s administration as “dysfunctional” were a matter of regret, and promised to investigate.  The memos from Kim Darroch, the ambassador to Washington, were leaked to a Sunday newspaper, annoying Trump and triggering demands on theRead More →

“Sharp, fierce and brilliant.” “Engaging and warm.”  “Fearless and indefatigable.” These are just a few of the ways that friends and former colleagues describe long-time CBC News journalist and advocate for the disabled Ing Wong-Ward, who died in the early morning hours on Saturday. She was 46. Her husband, Tim Wong-Ward, announced herRead More →