Spies should discard unneeded data: watchdogs-Image1

Federal privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien said Tuesday that state spying and investigative powers have "already been significantly increased" in recent years. Now, he argued, it is time to consider greater legal safeguards to protect Canadians’ privacy.

Grits roll out electoral reform survey-Image1

Maryam Monsef Minister of Democratic Institutions stands in the House of Commons during question period on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Thursday, December 1, 2016. Days after fumbling the rollout of an all-party report on reforming how Canadians vote, the Liberals are giving Canadians 25 days to take part in a lengthy online interactive survey on electoral reform. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand

Rememory

Anton Yelchin appears in Rememory by Mark Palansky, an official selection of the Premieres program at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. It is one of his last performances.

Justin Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says people in the middle class are feeling anxious and frustrated and governments must channel that into postive change.

Modigliani label

In this screen capture from a documentary report by French journalist Pascal Henry on the Freeport of Geneva, a never-before-seen label on the back of Modigliani's Seated Man with a Cane appears to list "Stettiner" as the owner of the painting.

Mohamed Salih

London city councillor Mohamed Salih, says he has been arbitrarly stopped at least 15 times, including in Waterloo Region.

Penny Oleksiak

Canadian Olympic swimmer Penny Oleksiak is doing her best to stay focused in the face of high expectations following her stunning performance at the Rio Olympics.

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