Has your smartphone been hacked?

The signs you've been hacked and how to minimize the risk

Has your smartphone been hacked?Hackers try to hide their activities and hope you won’t notice when they steal your identity and your data from your smartphone. Here are the more frequent signs that you’re being hacked and how to minimize the risk or thwart the attack. Unsecure Wi-Fi Wi-Fi in public places, such as cafes or stores, is often…

Five reasons why Biden should ask Canada, not Saudi Arabia, for more oil

U.S. and Canada should work together to build new pipelines to strengthen North American energy security

Five reasons why Biden should ask Canada, not Saudi Arabia, for more oilHere’s an important message for U.S. President Joe Biden as he heads to Saudi Arabia tomorrow to ask the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to increase oil production: he should be asking Canada instead. Canada’s oil producers have helped to free American consumers from the world’s oil dictators before and can do it again…

Arctic security is being transformed by Ukrainian-Russian war

Russia’s war in Ukraine has recast the entire Arctic security architecture

Arctic security is being transformed by Ukrainian-Russian warRussia’s 2014 war of aggression against Ukraine – renewed in 2022 – is having worldwide ramifications, and the Arctic region is now experiencing fundamental changes to its overall security structures and infrastructure. Arctic institutions and organizations are being transformed because of Russia’s actions. These changes will continue to reverberate across the entire international system for…

Canada effectively absent in the Indo-Pacific

Ottawa’s non-existent profile in Indo-Pacific affairs a cause for concern and disappointment

Canada effectively absent in the Indo-PacificIf Canada has pretensions to being an Indo-Pacific power, then it has a difficult image problem to overcome – not in terms of its national reputation as a constructive and valued member of the international community, which are “a given,” but in terms of its “presence” and “engagement” with this pivotal region. While it is…

Why was Canada kept in the dark about “AUKUS”?

Key allies concerned about where Canada stands on China and Russia

Why was Canada kept in the dark about “AUKUS”?By Matthew Bondy and Jeffrey Collins When Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom announced their new “AUKUS” defence and security pact in September 2021, it took Canada by surprise. Though Canada joined those nations and New Zealand as members of the Five Eyes intelligence-sharing club that traces back to the Anglo-American alliance in…

How to prevent ransomware attacks on your computer

Never operate a computer without anti-virus software

How to prevent ransomware attacks on your computerRecent ransomware attacks highlight how appealing and lucrative these raids are to hackers. Ransomware is malicious software that installs itself on the computers on your network and encrypts all the files, making them inaccessible to your staff. On payment of the ransom, you typically receive a key consisting of a string of letters and numbers…

Federal oil and gas emissions plan will hurt Canadians 

Canada is the solution to reliable, affordable, responsible energy security

Federal oil and gas emissions plan will hurt Canadians The federal government’s plan to require a 42 per cent reduction in emissions from Canada’s oil and gas sector by 2030 is based on assumptions divorced from reality and will ultimately hurt Canadians. Setting aggressive targets to cap and reduce the sector’s pollution – while no other major producing nation does the same – is…

Canada, not Venezuela, the solution for U.S. energy security

U.S. should look to Canada to improve energy security instead of a hostile, oppressive government

Canada, not Venezuela, the solution for U.S. energy securityThe U.S. needs long-term solutions to replace energy imports from Russia. But rather than working to fast-track increased oil deliveries from Canada, among other negotiations, the administration of President Joe Biden is reportedly in talks to ease sanctions on Venezuela, where the government stands accused of a litany of human rights abuses. The U.S. has…

With the world facing an energy crisis, why won’t Canada help?

The importance of unleashing Canada’s enormous oil resources has never been clearer

With the world facing an energy crisis, why won’t Canada help?Oil prices have risen to a staggering $US120 per barrel in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But that’s not a record in real-dollar terms. Inflation-adjusted oil prices reached the same level in 2013, driving a supply response that temporarily lowered prices. World oil demand steadily increased, reaching a record 100 million barrels per…

Canada can still help provide Europe with energy security

Access to stable and affordable energy from Canada is important to the Free World

Canada can still help provide Europe with energy securityCanada’s chattering classes – often more accustomed to playing the ineffectual dovish role – are rushing to prove their outrage over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and demonstrate their resolve to make Russian President Vladimir Putin pay. However, these are often the same people who opposed Canadian gas pipelines, which could help fellow NATO countries. The…
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