Goldy Hyder emphasizes the importance of Bill C-70, an Act respecting countering foreign interference, and how it will improve threat intelligence sharing with Canadian enterprises, modernize laws, and strengthen national security. His statement was featured in multiple news outlets about the newly tabled legislation.

“Despite CSIS possessing the knowledge and expertise to help Canadian companies withstand growing security threats, CSIS’ outdated legislation means that business leaders are left fending for themselves.”  

“[Canadian companies face a series of threats] “that erode Canada’s economic competitiveness by tilting the playing field to other’s advantage.”  

  “This would give business leaders a clearer understanding of the growing threat, as well as the protective measures that could be taken to better safeguard their employees, customers and the communities in which they operate.”