Big Data

Data breach tsunami sweeps toward Liberals

In the wake of Christopher Wylie’s revelations of personal information mined for political purposes, there will be damage enough for everyone By Warren Kinsella Columnist TORONTO – OPINION – It almost seems kind of quaint. Back when the Conservative...

Posted 30 March 2018 by
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits the eighth stage of the ATSX Ice Cross Downhill World Championship at the Red Bull Crashed Ice in Ottawa, Canada on March 4, 2017. // Armin Walcher / Red Bull Content Pool //

Prime Minister Trudeau Honeymoon Over?

THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s long honeymoon with Canadian voters appears to have ended. Abacus Data has released the findings of their latest polling, which includes opinions following the Prime Minister’s trip to India. The...

Posted 7 March 2018 by
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The Canada 150 Rink at Parliament Hill was the federal winner for wasted tax dollars

Breaking down Budget 2018: Part 1

Week of March 5, 2018 KENORA – POLITICS – The Government’s recent budget is inspired by a simple yet powerful idea. It’s an idea that has guided the Government’s actions from the outset. We realize that providing Canadians with...

Posted 5 March 2018 by
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