Phil Gurski shares his opinion about the monetary compensation awarded to two Canadian tortured in Syria by the government.
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.
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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, […]
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We asked our contributors what they see for resilience in 2018. See Phil Gurski’s vision!
Food Safety Magazine invited industry leaders in food retail to help elucidate the challenges around creating a culture of food safety.
Here is the countdown of our top 10 most popular articles for 2017. Stay tuned for more in 2018!
This month’s list is a little thin compared with other months this year. Is that a good sign? Maybe.
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A new malware masquerading as the infamous Blue Screen of Death tries to swindle victims into paying for tech support tools.
Why violent extremists are no more likely to have mental illness than the average population. A text by Phil Gurski.