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Foreign actors are trying to interfere with the Canadian news media and journalists and their bosses need to be aware of it, the chair of Parliament's nonpartisan national security committee warned on Wednesday.

The intelligence community also observed states manipulating traditional media to spread propaganda in what otherwise appeared to be independent news publications, the report says, without specifying which countries were involved.

A 2023 study by Statistics Canada shows only 58 per cent of Canadians who say they have a high level of confidence in four or more institutions trusted news and information from the media.

1 day ago

In an interview with Radio-Canada in March, Trudeau playfully said he thinks every day about quitting his "crazy," "super tough" and at times "challenging" job.

The prime minister has been sitting down for interviews with popular podcasts and YouTube channels about health care, economics and personal finance, and even women's basketball.

Polling expert Philippe Fournier of 338Canada told CBC's Power & Politics last week that despite the Liberals' strong results in 2021 — when Bennett won over half of the vote — there is a risk they might lose the riding in the byelection.

2 days ago
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  • #CTVNEWS
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NEW The stakes are high in a looming June 24 federal byelection in a long-held Liberal riding in Toronto, and if Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's party shows signs of slipping, it could spark a bigger conversation, Pollster Nik Nanos says.

The search of Prairie Green landfill for the remains of two Indigenous women who were killed by an admitted serial killer is another step closer Tuesday as the Manitoba government has approved an alteration to the Environment Act licence.

Car break-ins plague Canadians across the country, but instead of worrying about theft, a northern Ontario woman is cleaning up a big mess that she says will not be covered by insurance after a black bear broke into her Honda Civic and took a nap.

2 days ago
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  • #entertainment
  • #CBC
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There's been an ideal of thinness portrayed in the media since about the 1960s that women have felt they need to attain, and not just to be beautiful, but to be valued, said Amanda Ravary, an assistant professor of psychology at Bishop's University in Sherbrooke, Que., who studies weight stigma.

Actress Reneé Rapp was criticized for her body in the recent remaking of Mean Girls, Amy Schumer was accused of having a "puffy face" while promoting Season 2 of Life and Beth.

A columnist for the U.K.'s The Spectator wrote on May 24 that "a zest for equality and diversity (and in this case good acting) just isn't enough to make a fat girl who wins the prince remotely plausible."

2 days ago

"I have asked for a legal opinion on the tenor of the trade agreements to see if there really substance for a penalty imposed by the United States on such a basis, which would be a dangerous precedent for the protection of French in Quebec."

Blanchet's comments come after CBC News obtained documents under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act that show U.S government officials have discussed the possibility of trade sanctions against Canada in response to Bill 96.

Behind closed doors, the International Trademarks Association industry group has urged the U.S. government to impose trade sanctions on Canada, arguing Bill 96 affects the ability of U.S. companies to sell their products in Quebec.

2 days ago

That cloud was then dangled over Parliament Hill last week by the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) when its members chose to float those allegations without naming the individuals in question.

She later told the CBC's Power & Politics that the unredacted report did not list the names of currently serving Parliamentarians accused of wittingly conspiring with foreign states — which suggests even NSICOP may not be able to provide much clarity.

18 hours ago‘There is no list of MPs who have shown disloyalty to Canada,’ Green Party co-leader Elizabeth May said Tuesday after reading the full, unredacted NSICOP report looking into foreign interference.

#Entertainment

From funny girl to sexy star, Bridgerton's Penelope shifts how curvy women are shown on screen
2 days ago

From funny girl to sexy star, Bridgerton's Penelope shifts how curvy women are shown on screen

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Summary

There's been an ideal of thinness portrayed in the media since about the 1960s that women have felt they need to attain, and not just to be beautiful, but to be valued, said Amanda Ravary, an assistant professor of psychology at Bishop's University in Sherbrooke, Que., who studies weight stigma.

Actress Reneé Rapp was criticized for her body in the recent remaking of Mean Girls, Amy Schumer was accused of having a "puffy face" while promoting Season 2 of Life and Beth.

A columnist for the U.K.'s The Spectator wrote on May 24 that "a zest for equality and diversity (and in this case good acting) just isn't enough to make a fat girl who wins the prince remotely plausible."

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Why stop watching so much TV? It affects how you age, new study says
2 days ago

Why stop watching so much TV? It affects how you age, new study says

1 min, 5 secs

Summary

NEW The stakes are high in a looming June 24 federal byelection in a long-held Liberal riding in Toronto, and if Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's party shows signs of slipping, it could spark a bigger conversation, Pollster Nik Nanos says.

The search of Prairie Green landfill for the remains of two Indigenous women who were killed by an admitted serial killer is another step closer Tuesday as the Manitoba government has approved an alteration to the Environment Act licence.

Car break-ins plague Canadians across the country, but instead of worrying about theft, a northern Ontario woman is cleaning up a big mess that she says will not be covered by insurance after a black bear broke into her Honda Civic and took a nap.

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#Politics

Trudeau says he considered stepping down during marriage difficulties
1 day ago

Trudeau says he considered stepping down during marriage difficulties

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Summary

In an interview with Radio-Canada in March, Trudeau playfully said he thinks every day about quitting his "crazy," "super tough" and at times "challenging" job.

The prime minister has been sitting down for interviews with popular podcasts and YouTube channels about health care, economics and personal finance, and even women's basketball.

Polling expert Philippe Fournier of 338Canada told CBC's Power & Politics last week that despite the Liberals' strong results in 2021 — when Bennett won over half of the vote — there is a risk they might lose the riding in the byelection.

Canadian media a target for foreign interference, says national security committee chair
2 days ago

Canadian media a target for foreign interference, says national security committee chair

50 secs

Summary

Foreign actors are trying to interfere with the Canadian news media and journalists and their bosses need to be aware of it, the chair of Parliament's nonpartisan national security committee warned on Wednesday.

The intelligence community also observed states manipulating traditional media to spread propaganda in what otherwise appeared to be independent news publications, the report says, without specifying which countries were involved.

A 2023 study by Statistics Canada shows only 58 per cent of Canadians who say they have a high level of confidence in four or more institutions trusted news and information from the media.

Damage done by 2024 wildfire season well below average so far, federal officials say
2 days ago

Damage done by 2024 wildfire season well below average so far, federal officials say

1 min, 1 sec

Summary

Politics Canada's wildfire season is off to a slow start, with the number of hectares burned so far this year still below the ten-year average, senior government officials and ministers said in Ottawa Wednesday.

"While the overall fire severity to date has been less than last year, and less than previously anticipated in a worst case scenario in April and May, it certainly can change quickly," said Deryck Trehearne, director general of Public Safety Canada's Government Operations Centre.

Michael Norton, the director general of the Northern Forestry Centre in Edmonton, said those dry conditions mean that "above normal levels of wildland fire activity remain likely" across the country in June and July.

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