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Master economic security list to define the Canadian assets feds want to protect

OTTAWA — The federal government is working on a master “National Economic Security List” that will itemize everything it wants to protect from hostile countries, from research to data to critical infrastructure, according to briefing materials obtained by The Logic. The document could clear up some of the uncertainty sown by the government’s varied efforts to protect Canada’s economic interests from foreign actors. 

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