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Ken Rubin is an Ottawa-based investigative researcher and is reachable at kenrubin.ca.

CBSA: a troubled agency under the microscope

Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 22, 2024
Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc. CBSA remains the only major enforcement agency without independent civilian oversight, and the government’s bill to create it is not high among its legislative priorities, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 22, 2024
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 22, 2024
Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc. CBSA remains the only major enforcement agency without independent civilian oversight, and the government’s bill to create it is not high among its legislative priorities, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | April 22, 2024
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared before the Public Inquiry into Foreign Interference on April 10. The prime minister told the inquiry he did not look at most of those written briefings on interference, and relied more on oral briefings from officials, notes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | April 22, 2024
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | April 22, 2024
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared before the Public Inquiry into Foreign Interference on April 10. The prime minister told the inquiry he did not look at most of those written briefings on interference, and relied more on oral briefings from officials, notes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 19, 2024
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre addresses the Conservative caucus on the Hill on Jan. 28, 2024. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 19, 2024
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 19, 2024
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre addresses the Conservative caucus on the Hill on Jan. 28, 2024. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | January 18, 2024
A screen shot of an Oct. 4, 2004, edition of The Hill Times, in which Ken Rubin's article on Maher Arar was featured on the front page. The Hill Times
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | January 18, 2024
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | January 18, 2024
A screen shot of an Oct. 4, 2004, edition of The Hill Times, in which Ken Rubin's article on Maher Arar was featured on the front page. The Hill Times
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | November 27, 2023
As it stands, Bill C-27 is data-driven, putting business interests and secrecy first, writes Ken Rubin. Unsplash photograph by Matthew Henry
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | November 27, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | November 27, 2023
As it stands, Bill C-27 is data-driven, putting business interests and secrecy first, writes Ken Rubin. Unsplash photograph by Matthew Henry
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | November 9, 2023
Access-to-information documents released by the Royal Canadian Mint reveal a few twists, such as the fact Buckingham Palace gets to approve and own King Charles III’s images on Canadian currency, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | November 9, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | November 9, 2023
Access-to-information documents released by the Royal Canadian Mint reveal a few twists, such as the fact Buckingham Palace gets to approve and own King Charles III’s images on Canadian currency, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | October 25, 2023
In her latest reports released last week, Auditor General Karen Hogan documents Ottawa's continued service delivery ineptness, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | October 25, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | October 25, 2023
In her latest reports released last week, Auditor General Karen Hogan documents Ottawa's continued service delivery ineptness, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 20, 2023
Pedestrians cross Elgin and Sparks streets on Aug. 9, 2023. Taxpayers are on the hook for attempts by bureaucrats to massage their public images or keep embarrassing government data from seeing the light of day, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 20, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 20, 2023
Pedestrians cross Elgin and Sparks streets on Aug. 9, 2023. Taxpayers are on the hook for attempts by bureaucrats to massage their public images or keep embarrassing government data from seeing the light of day, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | July 26, 2023
Information Commissioner Caroline Maynard noted the steady decline in honouring access to information requests in her annual report last year. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | July 26, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | July 26, 2023
Information Commissioner Caroline Maynard noted the steady decline in honouring access to information requests in her annual report last year. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 28, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier told the House Access to Information Committee legislative amendments to the access act, if any, would have to wait until 2024-25. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 28, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 28, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier told the House Access to Information Committee legislative amendments to the access act, if any, would have to wait until 2024-25. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 15, 2023
David Johnston, Independent Special Rapporteur on Foreign Interference, appears at the Procedure and House Affairs Committee in West Block on June 6, 2023, to answer questions about foreign interference as calls for his resignation continued. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 15, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 15, 2023
David Johnston, Independent Special Rapporteur on Foreign Interference, appears at the Procedure and House Affairs Committee in West Block on June 6, 2023, to answer questions about foreign interference as calls for his resignation continued. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 14, 2023
When there are efforts to suppress, sanitize, and depersonalize faulty actions or questionable government operations, the public loses out, big time, writes Ken Rubin. Pexels photograph by Juan Pablo Serrano Arenas
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 14, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 14, 2023
When there are efforts to suppress, sanitize, and depersonalize faulty actions or questionable government operations, the public loses out, big time, writes Ken Rubin. Pexels photograph by Juan Pablo Serrano Arenas
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 22, 2023
The minister responsible for signing off on major rewrites and even revocations of matters designated as commemorative will be current Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 22, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 22, 2023
The minister responsible for signing off on major rewrites and even revocations of matters designated as commemorative will be current Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 1, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, pictured on the Hill, recently told members of the House Access to Information Committee that if any access-to-information legislative changes are introduced, that would happen during the five-year statutory in 2024-25. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 1, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 1, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, pictured on the Hill, recently told members of the House Access to Information Committee that if any access-to-information legislative changes are introduced, that would happen during the five-year statutory in 2024-25. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 22, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, seen at a press conference on March 21, 2023. Fortier has been requested to testify this month at the House Access to Information Committee about access to information. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 22, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 22, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, seen at a press conference on March 21, 2023. Fortier has been requested to testify this month at the House Access to Information Committee about access to information. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 8, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a 2021 election promise to ban the export of live horses for slaughter. In his Dec. 16, 2021, mandate letter to Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau, Trudeau instructed her to end horse exports for slaughter. This is another promise that has yet to be kept, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 8, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 8, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a 2021 election promise to ban the export of live horses for slaughter. In his Dec. 16, 2021, mandate letter to Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau, Trudeau instructed her to end horse exports for slaughter. This is another promise that has yet to be kept, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | January 16, 2023
Canada's Privacy Commissioner Philippe Dufresne, pictured. Canadians will need much more than a 'look-the-other-way' house-cleaning in an updated Privacy Act if it’s to become an effective instrument of privacy rights and protection, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | January 16, 2023
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | January 16, 2023
Canada's Privacy Commissioner Philippe Dufresne, pictured. Canadians will need much more than a 'look-the-other-way' house-cleaning in an updated Privacy Act if it’s to become an effective instrument of privacy rights and protection, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | December 26, 2022
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, pictured on the Hill on Nov. 29, 2022. On Dec. 13, Treasury Board tabled its statutory review of Canada's Access to Information Act—two-and-a-half years after it began. It's a dense, bureaucratic essay without concrete recommendations or proposed amendments, passing itself off as a legislative review. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | December 26, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | December 26, 2022
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, pictured on the Hill on Nov. 29, 2022. On Dec. 13, Treasury Board tabled its statutory review of Canada's Access to Information Act—two-and-a-half years after it began. It's a dense, bureaucratic essay without concrete recommendations or proposed amendments, passing itself off as a legislative review. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | December 7, 2022
The recent inquiry report dissected complex interactions and technical problems with the 12.5 km-long Stage 1 light rail transit Confederation route in Ottawa. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/lezumbalaberenjena
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | December 7, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | December 7, 2022
The recent inquiry report dissected complex interactions and technical problems with the 12.5 km-long Stage 1 light rail transit Confederation route in Ottawa. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/lezumbalaberenjena
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | October 27, 2022
Library and Archives Canada, pictured on April 23, 2019. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | October 27, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | October 27, 2022
Library and Archives Canada, pictured on April 23, 2019. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 22, 2022
New Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, who won with 70 per cent of the votes on Sept. 10 in Ottawa, is pictured recently on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 22, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 22, 2022
New Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, who won with 70 per cent of the votes on Sept. 10 in Ottawa, is pictured recently on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 14, 2022
A United People of Canada supporter, pictured on Aug. 25, 2022, outside the former St. Brigid’s church in Lowertown neighbourhood in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 14, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 14, 2022
A United People of Canada supporter, pictured on Aug. 25, 2022, outside the former St. Brigid’s church in Lowertown neighbourhood in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 8, 2022
Party on, Wayne: A Freedom Convoy supporter, pictured Feb. 17, 2022, drinking a can of beer out of work glove on Wellington Street, across from the Senate of Canada Building. At that point, the downtown occupation had entered its third week. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 8, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 8, 2022
Party on, Wayne: A Freedom Convoy supporter, pictured Feb. 17, 2022, drinking a can of beer out of work glove on Wellington Street, across from the Senate of Canada Building. At that point, the downtown occupation had entered its third week. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | July 25, 2022
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne, pictured in this file photo on the Hill. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | July 25, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | July 25, 2022
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne, pictured in this file photo on the Hill. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 9, 2022
Queen Elizabeth and prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, pictured April 17, 1982, signing the Constitution. It's time to put the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Access to Information Act on the same page so that Canadians' rights to know can no longer be ignored, trampled on or based on the state controlling what Canadians get or not get disclosed, writes Ken Rubin. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Robert Cooper
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 9, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 9, 2022
Queen Elizabeth and prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, pictured April 17, 1982, signing the Constitution. It's time to put the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Access to Information Act on the same page so that Canadians' rights to know can no longer be ignored, trampled on or based on the state controlling what Canadians get or not get disclosed, writes Ken Rubin. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Robert Cooper
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 17, 2022
During COVID times, special interests and major employers can blatantly lobby for their own well-being under the cover of COVID economic recovery behind closed doors, hoping their meetings will be kept secret, writes Ken Rubin. Pexels photograph by Savvas Stavrinos
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 17, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | May 17, 2022
During COVID times, special interests and major employers can blatantly lobby for their own well-being under the cover of COVID economic recovery behind closed doors, hoping their meetings will be kept secret, writes Ken Rubin. Pexels photograph by Savvas Stavrinos
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | April 18, 2022
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, followed by Seniors Minister Kamal Khera, Mental Health and Addictions Minister Carolyn Bennett, and Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos, pictured March 25, 2022, at a health-care funding announcement at the University of Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | April 18, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | April 18, 2022
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, followed by Seniors Minister Kamal Khera, Mental Health and Addictions Minister Carolyn Bennett, and Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos, pictured March 25, 2022, at a health-care funding announcement at the University of Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 28, 2022
Former Quebec premier Jean Charest and Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown have reportedly formed a pact in the federal leadership race, according to The Toronto Star, that could make one of them the next leader of the Conservative party. On the surface, it makes little sense why a former short-time Ontario provincial leader and now Brampton mayor, known for running the show there, is coming forward to throw his hat into the race. But Brown has politics in his blood and greater ambitions, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times file photographs
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 28, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 28, 2022
Former Quebec premier Jean Charest and Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown have reportedly formed a pact in the federal leadership race, according to The Toronto Star, that could make one of them the next leader of the Conservative party. On the surface, it makes little sense why a former short-time Ontario provincial leader and now Brampton mayor, known for running the show there, is coming forward to throw his hat into the race. But Brown has politics in his blood and greater ambitions, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times file photographs
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 11, 2022
While other past prime ministers have been wealthy and had corporate ties, nowadays this may matter more. The public knows Justin Trudeau came from a privileged background, Paul Martin had a whole steamship company, and that Brian Mulroney and Jean Chrétien had corporate buddies and interests. Now it's Jean Charest's time to be put in a fish bowl, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 11, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 11, 2022
While other past prime ministers have been wealthy and had corporate ties, nowadays this may matter more. The public knows Justin Trudeau came from a privileged background, Paul Martin had a whole steamship company, and that Brian Mulroney and Jean Chrétien had corporate buddies and interests. Now it's Jean Charest's time to be put in a fish bowl, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 2, 2022
Ottawa residents formed a counter-protest on Feb. 13 to block a group of Freedom Convoy vehicles that were driving through the city towards the downtown core. Having an independent national judicial inquiry and more comprehensive local relief assistance can go a long way towards rejuvenation, and finding out what really happened, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 2, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | March 2, 2022
Ottawa residents formed a counter-protest on Feb. 13 to block a group of Freedom Convoy vehicles that were driving through the city towards the downtown core. Having an independent national judicial inquiry and more comprehensive local relief assistance can go a long way towards rejuvenation, and finding out what really happened, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 24, 2022
'Freedom Convoy' supporters gather in front of Centre Block on Jan. 29. Without calling a judicial inquiry in the next 30 days into the blockades, which is possible in a minority government situation, the public interest will not be served, and our leaders will have abandoned us instead of working for the common good and a decent vibrant future, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 24, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 24, 2022
'Freedom Convoy' supporters gather in front of Centre Block on Jan. 29. Without calling a judicial inquiry in the next 30 days into the blockades, which is possible in a minority government situation, the public interest will not be served, and our leaders will have abandoned us instead of working for the common good and a decent vibrant future, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 18, 2022
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson's none-too-astute political intervention during an insurrection crisis into police affairs is not instilling public confidence, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 18, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 18, 2022
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson's none-too-astute political intervention during an insurrection crisis into police affairs is not instilling public confidence, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 14, 2022
The Treasury Board, overseen by new president Mona Fortier, is fairly ineffective in its duty to either prevent or document record destruction, and ineffective at keeping records or promptly collecting them, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 14, 2022
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | February 14, 2022
The Treasury Board, overseen by new president Mona Fortier, is fairly ineffective in its duty to either prevent or document record destruction, and ineffective at keeping records or promptly collecting them, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | December 20, 2021
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, pictured Dec. 14, 2021, arriving for the Liberal party caucus meeting in the West Block. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | December 20, 2021
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | December 20, 2021
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, pictured Dec. 14, 2021, arriving for the Liberal party caucus meeting in the West Block. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | November 8, 2021
Treasury Board President, Mona Fortier, pictured left in Ottawa on Oct. 27, 2021, is now responsible for the access-to-information legislation, but access advocate Ken Rubin says no one expects this government to push for more transparency, despite its promises. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | November 8, 2021
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | November 8, 2021
Treasury Board President, Mona Fortier, pictured left in Ottawa on Oct. 27, 2021, is now responsible for the access-to-information legislation, but access advocate Ken Rubin says no one expects this government to push for more transparency, despite its promises. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 8, 2021
The Prime Minister's Office in Ottawa. Those who long for changing the excessive centralization of power and control in the hands of the prime minister and the PMO are few in numbers and without forceful campaigns, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 8, 2021
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | September 8, 2021
The Prime Minister's Office in Ottawa. Those who long for changing the excessive centralization of power and control in the hands of the prime minister and the PMO are few in numbers and without forceful campaigns, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | August 23, 2021
Information Commissioner Caroline Maynard warned in February that access to information is a 'quasi-constitutional right' that could not be suspended because of the pandemic, but an investigation by The Ottawa Citizen found that the federal government had often made access requests a low priority. Photograph courtesy of Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | August 23, 2021
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | August 23, 2021
Information Commissioner Caroline Maynard warned in February that access to information is a 'quasi-constitutional right' that could not be suspended because of the pandemic, but an investigation by The Ottawa Citizen found that the federal government had often made access requests a low priority. Photograph courtesy of Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | July 29, 2021
Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos, pictured Nov. 27, 2020, on the Hill, is the political minister responsible for the Access to Information Act. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | July 29, 2021
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | July 29, 2021
Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos, pictured Nov. 27, 2020, on the Hill, is the political minister responsible for the Access to Information Act. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 3, 2021
A new classroom building of the Kamloops Residential School in Kamloops, B.C., pictured in 1950. The Canadian government and the governments can fly all its flags at half mast at all its federal buildings for a memorial for the Indigenous children who died, but what's really needed is full transparency and accountability to stay on board with the public's needs or to help those whose stories and past horrors need addressing, writes Ken Rubin. Photograph courtesy of Flickr
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 3, 2021
Opinion | BY KEN RUBIN | June 3, 2021