Newsstand: May 14, 2015
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Newsstand: May 14, 2015

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Canada’s spy agency is admitting that they can’t keep pace with “daily attacks” from hackers their report calls “hostile state-sponsored actors.” Which state, you ask? They’re not saying. But the NDP wants you to know it thinks Conservative budget cuts that are behind this problem.

“It was the loneliest moment of my life.” Remember when Kevin Vickers said that about waking up the morning after he shot the Parliament Hill gunman last October? Well, today CBC has learned about his replacements. Last month’s federal budget committed $36 million over two years to improving security on the Hill.

The Ontario Labour Relations Board will start a hearing today to decide whether strikes by high-school teachers in Durham, Peel, and Rainbow/Sudbury are legal. Local school boards say the job actions aren’t allowed under new legislation. Presumably local schoolchildren wonder why they can’t just stay at home and watch The Price is Right.