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Stephanie Carvin 5h
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Stephanie Carvin 35m
This is the article in you want to read on Incels by the very excellent
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Stephanie Carvin 11h
In light of recent events, I have decided to step up calls for the government to pass which will strengthen oversight for federal policing (RCMP) and create oversight/review of CBSA. Today I wrote a letter to to emphasize the need to act.
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Stephanie Carvin Jun 1
Replying to @cathmckenna
Here is a copy of a letter I sent my MP, David McGuinty this morning with a cc to
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Stephanie Carvin May 27
Whatever happens today in the Meng case, remember that China has taken two Canadians hostage. They languish in inhumane conditions through no fault of their own. They must be released unconditionally, immediately.
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Stephanie Carvin 5h
Awesome thread which underscores the point that Canadian telco decisions today do not mean 1) Huawei is fully out or banned 2) that our cybersecurity problems are over. Agree 100% that we need a more robust cybersecurity plan for Canada. .
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Stephanie Carvin Jun 1
Replying to @StephanieCarvin
The only complaint a civilian can currently make about the CBSA is that they violated the Official Languages Act. How is this a thing in 2020?!?
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Tim Sayle May 29
Now available at Canada Declassified: The RCMP Security Service's "Feather Bed" files regarding the search for Soviet moles in the Canadian government. Download both individual files or whole archival folders .
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Stephanie Carvin 5h
When Telus first announced it was going with Huawei, I was genuinely shocked given the uncertainty of the situation. This makes a lot of sense, but I am still surprised. WOW.
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Stephanie Carvin Jun 1
Hi. You know how I have spent the last two days yelling that should prioritize passing Bill C-3 to create oversight and review over CBSA. THIS IS WHY.
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Stephanie Carvin Jun 1
Canadian national security has a terrible track record/history when it comes to LGBTQ2 people. I'd like to think that things are changing, even if there is still work to do. I encourage people to follow for a discussion of contemporary issues.
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Stephanie Carvin Jun 1
On Antifa and the terrorist listing process in Canada. (Trust me, it is a whole thing. You don’t just show up with a bunch of tweets to make a case.)
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Stephanie Carvin 6h
Some factual errors here - namely the author doesn’t seem to understand the legislation under which the alleged incel was charged (murder-terrorism, not typical terrorism provisions).
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#FreeKovrigSpavor innocent hostages May 29
Replying to @EnemyStepOnMe
Interesting number of retweets for such a low follower account
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Stephanie Carvin May 27
But wait, tells me it is an independent company and not at all an arm of the Chinese state, how could this be? 🙄
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Stephanie Carvin May 27
Canada is going to lose either way. Once again, hold on to your butts.
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Patrick Muncaster May 30
ICYMI: The China-Canada ‘relationship’ is not worth saving:
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Patrick Muncaster 10h
Great news! Now it's time for to quit screwing around.
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JMDavis May 30
Just out: and spoke with about the charge and what it means for . While we spoke over a week ago, the content is still quite timely given all the discussions that have occurred since. Have a listen and let us know what you think!
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