Day: June 16, 2022

Indecent assault charge laid after RCMP probe into abuse allegations at Manitoba residential school

A charge has been laid following a decade-long investigation into allegations of abuse at a residential school in Manitoba. The province confirmed Thursday a person was charged with one count of indecent assault on a female related to the investigation into the former Fort Alexander Residential School northeast of Winnipeg. Manitoba RCMP did not provide […]

RCMP conducting raids in central Quebec targeting Atomwaffen Division neo-Nazi group

Around 60 RCMP officers are conducting raids southwest of Quebec City, targeting people connected to the neo-Nazi group the Atomwaffen Division. “It’s a far-right affiliated group, which could be described as having neo-Nazi allegiance,” RCMP Cpl. Charles Poirier said. Poirier said two search warrants are being executed in the towns of Saint-Ferdinand and Plessisville in what he called a “national […]

Privacy bill would set out rules on use of personal data, artificial intelligence

The federal Liberals plan to introduce privacy legislation today to give Canadians more control over their personal data and introduce new rules for the use of artificial intelligence. The bill, to be presented by Innovation Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne, aims to fulfil his mandate to advance the federal digital charter, strengthen privacy protections for consumers and […]

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