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‘Supply Chain Issues’ to blame for cannabis shortage in Canada

One of Canada’s largest licensed cannabis producers says it will not be able to meet the full demand requested by the provinces by tomorrow.

Air Canada app data breach involves passport numbers!

Air Canada's app has suffered a data breach resulting in the suspected loss of thousands of its customers' personal details.

Glitches reported as emergency alert testing resumes across Canada

The same problems that affected Ontario on Monday are being seen across the country as tests continue.

The Annual Ranking of Canada’s Most Admired Companies

The 2018 Reputation Study shows once again that public opinion, in the age of social media, is a punisher.

Alberta: Canada’s poster child for climate risk

Reinsurers are particularly concerned about Alberta, where weather storms have been fiercer and less predictable than a bucking bronco.

In the face of extreme weather events, Canada must plan for resiliency

This year's federal budget is another step forward in ensuring we are prepared to manage the risks that lie ahead.

The Canada-Trinidad terrorism link

An interesting look at the historical link between Canada and Trinidad terrorism. An analysis by Phil Gurski.

A rare look at the terrorist threat to Canada thanks to CSIS

We recently got a rare peek at what security intelligence services in Canada actually do.

Counter terrorism and the ‘compensation industry’ in Canada

Phil Gurski shares his opinion about the monetary compensation awarded to two Canadian tortured in Syria by the government.

Is NAFTA 2.0 the place for a US-Canada joint food safety agreement?

Some on both sides of the border are trying to seize the renegotiation momentum and inject new thinking and suggestions about these issues into the debate.

Upcoming training opportunities in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean

ISO training and certification opportunities with ContinuityLink in August, September and October.

Canada joins in the cyberwarfare game

It is not new, or particularly surprising, that the federal government has decided Canada needs to up its capabilities in terms of cybersecurity. Early in 2016 a former CSIS director, Richard Fadden, suggested Canada needs to be able to launch its own cyber attacks as well as maintain cyber defences. And the recently released defence ...

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