LIVE UPDATES: CSIS director testifies about foreign election interference in Canada

The director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, along with a federal cybersecurity specialist and a deputy national security adviser provide their testimony into election interference on day four of the Foreign Interference Commission.

LIVE UPDATES: CSIS director testifies about foreign election interference in Canada
The Canadian Press / Sean Kilpatrick
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Rebel News reporter Robert Kraychik is providing comprehensive independent coverage of the public hearings for the Foreign Interference Commission, which is investigating alarming allegations of foreign meddling in Canada’s elections.

The commission says the hearings "will focus on the interference that China, Russia and other foreign actors may have engaged in, and any impact it may have had on the 2019 and 2021 federal elections."

These are serious allegations about foreign influences potentially undermining our democratic processes. 

The first public hearings will begin on January 29 and run until February 2. The hearings will begin at 10 a.m. ET and run until about 4:30 p.m. ET each day. A second set of hearings will be held in March, and a third set will likely be scheduled in the fall.

Check ProtectOurDemocracy.ca throughout the Foreign Interference Commission hearings for all of our latest reports.

Please also sign our petition at KickThemOut.ca, calling on the government to kick out the Chinese surveillance police stations that have popped up throughout our country.

Robert Kraychik is posting live updates from day four of the hearings on X, follow his updates below:

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