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'Surveillance capitalism' turning kids into 'voodoo dolls': big-data panel chair

'Surveillance capitalism' turning kids into 'voodoo dolls': big-data panel chair

OTTAWA — The world's lawmakers have a duty to protect children from being turned into "voodoo dolls" by the "surveillance capitalism" of major high-tech companies, says the Canadian chair of the international grand committee on big data, privacy and
Norman, Vance being given 'privacy, space' on reinstatement talks: Minister

Norman, Vance being given 'privacy, space' on reinstatement talks: Minister

OTTAWA — Vice-Admiral Mark Norman and defence chief Gen.

Air Canada agent right to deny boarding over expired passport, court rules

TORONTO — A man whose Canadian passport expired while he was abroad cannot recover any of the costs he racked up after Air Canada refused to let him board his return flight, an Ontario court has ruled.
Trudeau to go to Britain and France to commemorate 75th anniversary of D-Day

Trudeau to go to Britain and France to commemorate 75th anniversary of D-Day

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be on Juno Beach to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day this year.
Juno Beach museum feeling financial pinch despite federal support

Juno Beach museum feeling financial pinch despite federal support

OTTAWA — Garth Webb was a 25-year-old lieutenant when he landed on the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944, one of thousands of Canadian soldiers to take part in the greatest amphibious landing in military history and the turning point in the Second

Added release conditions for Winnipeg woman guilty of hiding infant remains

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg woman convicted of hiding the remains of six babies in a storage locker will have to report relationships she has with men as well as any possible pregnancies to her parole supervisor.
Judge rules SNC-Lavalin headed to trial on charges of fraud, corruption

Judge rules SNC-Lavalin headed to trial on charges of fraud, corruption

MONTREAL — A Quebec judge has ruled that SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. is headed to trial on charges of fraud and corruption.
Former imam turned federal Liberal candidate in Montreal hopes to build bridges

Former imam turned federal Liberal candidate in Montreal hopes to build bridges

OTTAWA — A former imam whose sermon at the funeral of worshippers murdered at a Quebec City mosque attracted international attention will run for the federal Liberals in a Montreal riding.
A chronology of Canada's participation in the 1944 D-Day invasion of Normandy

A chronology of Canada's participation in the 1944 D-Day invasion of Normandy

OTTAWA — A short chronology of Canada's participation in the 1944 D-Day invasion of Normandy: May 1943 : Allies make final decision to invade. Initial invasion date May 1, 1944, then June 4, 1944.
Air Canada 'anticipating a normal day' after system-wide outage resolved

Air Canada 'anticipating a normal day' after system-wide outage resolved

Air Canada says it's expecting a "normal day" after a system-wide outage affected flights across the country on Tuesday, but a spokesman for the airline urges passengers to check their flight's status before heading to the airport.