Myanmar hit headlines around the world on Monday when its military seized control.
The country's leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, and members of her party are thought to be under house arrest.
Oil executives, corporate lobbyists and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe recently joined forces to pressure Regina city councillors to withdraw a motion that would have banned public buildings from being named after oil companies.
Public Security Minister Bill Blair to develop new government-wide framework for protecting intellectual property, pipelines and information networks. The plan is expected to include more intelligence gathering and threat assessment.
The right-wing JCCF, which believes public health restrictions are "more deadly" than COVID-19 and argue politicians and public health officials are overstating deaths, continue to argue in B.C. court for lifting restrictions on churches.