Andrew Agencies knew about cyberattack for 2 months before public disclosure

Andrew Agencies knew about cyberattack for 2 months before public disclosure

An insurance and financial brokerage that fell victim to a ransomware attack has acknowledged for the first time it was aware of the incident for two months before publicly disclosing what happened. But Andrew Agencies, which has 18 branches across the Prairies, on Thursday rejected some of the hackers’ claims and said it found “no evidence” […]

Adrienne Arsenault, Rosemary Barton, Andrew Chang, Ian Hanomansing to host The National

Adrienne Arsenault, Rosemary Barton, Andrew Chang, Ian Hanomansing to host The National

Four CBC journalists will share anchor duties as the network revamps The National to offer an expanded digital focus along with more insight and analysis on the day’s news, the public broadcaster announced today. Senior correspondent Adrienne Arsenault, Power & Politics host Rosemary Barton, Vancouver local news host Andrew Chang and News Network anchor Ian […]

Denis Lebel’s departure to put Andrew Scheer’s Conservative leadership to tough electoral test

Denis Lebel’s departure to put Andrew Scheer’s Conservative leadership to tough electoral test

Denis Lebel, deputy leader of the Conservative Party and former minister in Stephen Harper’s government, will be resigning his seat of Lac-Saint-Jean over the summer. When a vote is held to replace him, it could be a tough test of Andrew Scheer’s new leadership of the Conservatives. It also will provide a glimpse of where the Liberals and […]

Andrew Scheer goes where Joe Clark struggled and succeeded before

It is, improbably, not the first time that a boyish, 30-something has become leader of the opposition after narrowly winning his party’s leadership in a come-from-behind upset. Last time, that leader went on to displace a Trudeau and become prime minister. At least for a brief moment. In light of Joe Clark’s ill-fated government, his example might not […]

Is Andrew Scheer the smart choice or the safe choice?

Is Andrew Scheer the smart choice or the safe choice?

Standing at centre stage, Andrew Scheer looked out at members of the Conservative Party assembled at the Toronto Congress Centre, raised his eyebrows, let out a small breath and smiled. In seeking Stephen Harper’s successor, Conservative supporters flirted with a bombastic star of reality television, and very, very nearly went with a dapper neoliberal who proposed a dramatic agenda of free-market economics.  But in […]