Clearview AI’s technology allowed law enforcement and commercial organizations to match photographs of unknown people against the company’s databank of more than 3 billion images, including of Canadians and children, for investigation purposes.
“We will call the Police. You’re going to get a fine, you’re going to be arrested and brought back here.”
Canadian activist Chris Sky has been cleared of charges from the October 2020 arrest for not wearing a face mask. Sky tweeted that RCMP has apologized and would be sending him $500
Beijing blasts Bob Rae after ambassador calls for UN to investigate genocide claims of ethnic Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang province
The Chinese government is firing back at Canada’s ambassador to the United Nations for calling on the UN to investigate whether China’s persecution of ethnic Muslim Uighurs in its Xinjiang province is a genocide.
Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian PressMon Nov 16 2020 17:31:24 OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau highlighted the work of journalists working under pressure in Hong Kong and Belarus at Monday’s international conference on media freedom. Canada has been vocal in condemning the clampdowns on democracy and free expression by the Chinese government in the former […]
By Mitch Nemeth, Mises Institute Sat Nov 14 2020 23:30:00 During the early onset of covid-19 in the spring, government officials across the political spectrum widely agreed that government intervention and forced closure of many businesses was necessary to protect public health. This approach has clearly failed in the United States as it led to […]
More than 44,000 scientists and doctors as well as more than 446,000 people have signed the Great Barrington Declaration, opposing a second COVID-19 lockdown.
By Paola Loriggio, The Canadian PressSep 25 2020 13:36:28 OSHAWA, Ont. — A young Black man who was assaulted by an off-duty Toronto police officer more than three years ago said the incident permanently changed his life and the way he views police. Dafonte Miller laid out the lingering impact of the Dec. 28, 2016 […]
ATLANTA (AP) — U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr says the federal government is awarding more than $100 million in grants to target human trafficking. The money will go to task forces combatting human trafficking, to victim services and victim housing. Barr made the announcement Monday in Atlanta with presidential adviser Ivanka Trump and Georgia Gov. […]
Community members protest to raise awareness and empower women-identifying people against the recent surge in attempted abductions and sexual assault in Toronto’s west end.