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Cat Tunney
Parliamentary reporter with , Maritimer, lovesick Jays fan. catharine.tunney@cbc.ca
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Cat Tunney 57m
CSE warns that "it is very likely" that authoritarian governments will attempt to deploy surveillance technologies "under the guise of combating the COVID-19 pandemic."
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Cat Tunney 2h
Replying to @thewrightpage
🎵I've got a limo that's 40 feet long. I got a chauffeur who won't steer me wrong🎵
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Cat Tunney 20h
Read this story, go read the one by , read every damn version you can find
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Kathleen Harris 21h
Trudeau says military members saw 'extremely troubling' things in Ontario long-term care facilities | CBC News
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Cat Tunney May 25
Replying to @CBCKatie
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Cat Tunney May 25
“They’re simply turning on each other.”
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Salimah Shivji May 22
Liberal, Conservative and New Democratic parties apply for federal wage subsidy as donations dry up
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Cat Tunney May 21
Replying to @fwillick
The fact that it’s seemingly not ironic makes me want it more?
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Cat Tunney May 21
Replying to @alexboutilier
Oh look at you and your fancy desk. My coffee table setup is turning me into Quasimodo.
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Adam Carter May 21
For the fourth day in a row, Ontario failed to meet its COVID-19 testing target. Meanwhile, there were still 413 new cases recorded.
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Cat Tunney May 21
Canada's cyber spy agency says authorities are investigating possible "malicious activity" against COVID-19-related research facilities
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JMDavis May 20
This is very valuable intellectual property. It’s no surprise that these research facilities were targeted, and a wide variety of potential perpetrators come to mind....most of which are states, however, and most of which have a prior history of efforts at IP exfiltration.
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Cat Tunney May 20
Replying to @cattunneycbc
"We've seen activity coming from organizations where they've seen malicious activity, or at least suspicious [activity], and we're working with them to determine whether or not it was malicious, where it came from and who, and was a success or not." - CSE
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Cat Tunney May 20
So, this is a step up from the warning issued last week.
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David Cochrane May 19
Unsealed court document reveals N.S. gunman called a 'psychopath' by witness who knew him
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Leah West May 19
Spoke with As it Happens today regarding the RCMP’s decision to lay Terrorism charges in a Murder allegedly linked to the Incel movement & why this is an important signal in recognizing the threat posed by this ideology. Check it out War on a war on women
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Elizabeth McMillan May 19
A judge says she will approve the unsealing of one of the documents that outline the information RCMP used to obtain a search warrant in the investigation into the N.S. shooting case. The Crown has redacted it after consulting with the RCMP, CBSA
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Cat Tunney May 14
The CSE says it has "assessed that it is near certain that state-sponsored actors have shifted their focus during the pandemic"
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Cat Tunney May 12
Replying to @alexboutilier
I find great beauty looking at the natural Reversing Falls while taking in the suffocating smell of the pulp mill.
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Cat Tunney May 12
Replying to @alexboutilier
Calm down Cape Breton
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