Christian Paas-Lang is an Associate Producer with The House.
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CSE warns companies to check IT systems following SolarWinds hack
Canada's cybersecurity force is warning companies using SolarWind's Orion platform to to check their computer networks for malicious activity following a massive hacking campaign that is believed to have compromised government agencies and companies in several countries.
Canada extends ban on passenger flights from U.K. until Jan. 6
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau revealed Wednesday that Canada would extend its initial ban on passenger flights from the United Kingdom, put in place in response to the emergence of a new, more transmissible variant of COVID-19.
Canada to mark national day for victims of air disasters
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Wednesday the government is looking to create a National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Air Disasters, set on Jan. 8, the day Flight PS752 was shot down in Iran earlier this year.
New COVID-19 variant not yet identified in Canada: Tam
A new variant of COVID-19 detected in the U.K. has not yet been identified in Canada, Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam said during an update on Canada's fight against the pandemic Tuesday. Health Minister Patty Hajdu also said Health Canada has everything needed to complete its review of the Moderna vaccine.
Canada's border agency says it's ready to enforce U.K. travel restrictions at airports
The Canada Border Services Agency says it will be asking more questions of travellers from Europe, and those attempting to get around new travel restrictions from the U.K. could face fines and jail time.
Canada trying to exploit the grief of Flight 752 victims' families, Iran says
A spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Affairs Ministry says Canada was taking advantage of the grief of families who lost loved ones in the downing of Flight PS752, saying the Trudeau government was politicizing the issue for domestic gain.
Liberals have not yet lived up to reconciliation promises: Sinclair
As he prepares to retire from the Senate, Murray Sinclair says that despite its efforts, the federal government is still taking actions that go against its promises around reconciliation.