VIA Rail Terror Suspects In Court

VIA Rail Terror Suspects In Court

The Canadian Press  05.23.2013
TORONTO - A man charged in an alleged plot to attack a Via Rail passenger train says he wants to be represented by a lawyer who agrees...
Third Arrest Made In VIA Terror Plot

Third Arrest Made In VIA Terror Plot

05. 9.2013
U.S. authorities have arrested a third suspect who they believe is linked to a plot to blow up a VIA train in Toronto. Two men were arrested...
Via Terror Suspects Planned To Kill Thousands With Bacteria: Police

Via Terror Suspects Planned To Kill Thousands With Bacteria: Police

Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press  05. 9.2013
A former Canadian resident arrested in the U.S. allegedly "discussed" plans to kill tens of thousands of people through air and water contamination...
'We Only Check ID When Necessary'

'We Only Check ID When Necessary'

Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press  05. 9.2013
OTTAWA - Via Rail says it is contemplating whether to ask all of its travellers for identification as it considers ways to buttress security...
'A Very Good Boy'

'A Very Good Boy'

04.26.2013
The mother of one of the two suspects accused of trying to carry out an al-Qaeda-supported plot to derail a Via Rail passenger train for...
Why Wasn't He Deported Years Ago?

Why Wasn't He Deported Years Ago?

04.26.2013
Canada's minister of citizenship and immigration says he was "disturbed to learn a foreigner can get a pardon for serious criminal cases...
Iranians With 'Sinister Motives'

Iranians With 'Sinister Motives'

Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press  04.26.2013
OTTAWA - Canada's border agency has flagged the possibility of Iranians with "sinister motives" slipping into the country — a warning...
Canada Tried To Deport Terror Suspect Earlier

Canada Tried To Deport Terror Suspect Earlier

Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press  04.25.2013
OTTAWA - Fraud-related convictions almost led to the deportation of one of the men charged in an alleged plot to attack a Via Rail passenger...
Neighbour Complained

Neighbour Complained

Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press  04.25.2013
MONTREAL - One of the suspected terrorists accused of plotting to derail a passenger train would have run-ins with his next-door neighbour...
Harper: Let's Not 'Commit Sociology'

Harper: Let's Not 'Commit Sociology'

The Canadian Press  04.25.2013
OTTAWA - Stephen Harper says now is not the time to "commit sociology" in response to the arrests of two men accused of conspiring to attack...
Harper: Let's Not 'Commit Sociology'

Harper: Let's Not 'Commit Sociology'

04.25.2013
Prime Minister Stephen Harper said this is not the time to "commit sociology" when asked about the arrests of two men this week who are...
Tories Deny Timing Of Terror Arrests Was Political

Tories Deny Timing Of Terror Arrests Was Political

Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press  04.24.2013
OTTAWA - The Conservative government says it had nothing to do with the timing of the arrests of two terror suspects, after a lawyer for...
Criminal Code 'Is Not The Holy Book'

Criminal Code 'Is Not The Holy Book'

Allison Jones, The Canadian Press  04.24.2013
TORONTO - A man charged in an alleged al-Qaida-directed plot to attack a Via Rail passenger train suggested in court Wednesday that he...
Tiny Mosque In The Spotlight

Tiny Mosque In The Spotlight

Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press  04.23.2013
MONTREAL - There were some moments of friction Tuesday outside a tiny Montreal mosque where a man charged with terrorism used to occasionally...
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