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Anonymous Threatens Bombshell on Baird for Tuesday

Earlier this summer, the hackitivst group Anonymous said that they had damning information about the “real reason” that former Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird resigned his seat and his cabinet position earlier this year. 263 more words

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Anonymous releases hacked CSIS document after member's death, threatens to leak ‘stunning secrets’

Secrets about the foreign activities of Canada’s spy agency — including the size of its network of foreign stations, the volume of sensitive communications they handle and their deeply antiquated system of information sharing — are revealed in what is purported to be a sensitive government document hacked by Anonymous and released Monday in a vendetta against Canadian authorities. 1,010 more words


Anonymous says it hacked Canada's security secrets in retaliation for police shooting of B.C. activist

Hackers with Anonymous say they breached supposedly secure Canadian government computers and accessed high-level, classified national security documents as retaliation for last week’s fatal shooting by the RCMP of a protester in British Columbia. 1,156 more words


B.C. man killed by RCMP identified, as Anonymous members quarrel over retaliation

The man killed by the RCMP outside a BC Hydro public meeting in Dawson Creek Thursday has been identified as James Daniel McIntyre, a 48-year-old local resident who fellow activists say was an Anonymous member who sent warnings — or threats — to BC Hydro of a potential hack attack shortly before the police shooting. 977 more words


Birth of Canada as a Nation, July First, 1867, by James McIntyre

Hail Britannia’s noblest daughter,
Who is surrounded by the water
Of many a lake and broad sea,
Land of beaver and of maple tree.

Her lofty brow is wreathed with smiles, 58 more words


4 June 2015 (TheAge) - GDP: gap between company growth and employee wages is Australia's 'income challenge'

(4 June 2015, The Age, BusinessDay, p27, Rose Powell)

‘Wednesday’s gross domestic product numbers revealed a growing and already significant gap between rising company profits and declining employee pay. 59 more words

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