Canada
Eyeing reform, intelligence services scrutinise foreign interference investigations

The Canadian foreign interference commission is chaired by Quebec judge Marie-Josée Hogue.
The Canadian foreign interference commission is chaired by Quebec judge Marie-Josée Hogue. © Blair Gable/Reuters
Canada's permeability to foreign interference has become a key issue, driving calls for a much-needed extension of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service's remit. [...]
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