Even after the Conservative government buckled to pressure to amend the anti-terrors laws, Canadians can still be deemed too dangerous to travel by airline and won't be allowed to challenge the "evidence" against them. As lawyer and author Faisal Kutty puts it, Canadian Muslims can be considered "too guilty to fly, but too innocent to charge." Bill C-51 is a reckless attempt to win over an understandably fearful electorate under the pretense of fighting terrorism. Marginalizing the very Canadians who are on the front-lines of this struggle is worse than poor policy -- it's a threat to all of us.
Daniel Gallant, 39, is a reformed neo-Nazi and one of just two people to share his story of a life entangled with extremism
Rona Ambrose, Canada's top minister for health care, says parents ask her about the threat of the Islamic State "everywhere I go."
"We need a comprehensive study, that's not asking too much. That's not being unreasonable," said NDP MP Rosane Dore Lefebvre.
WASHINGTON - The last few days have shown vivid differences in the way the leaders of Canada and the United States discuss
TORONTO - The first Canadian convicted under a law criminalizing attempts to join a terrorist group was handed the maximum
OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada has declared the country's controversial anti-terror law to be constitutional in a series
Parliament began debate Monday on two anti-terrorism provisions that were never used and that expired five years ago. It's
UPDATE: Liberal interim leader Bob Rae told reporters in Ottawa Wednesday that if Prime Minister Stephen Harper wanted to
THE CANADIAN PRESS — OTTAWA - The country's top court has agreed to hear an appeal on the legal definition of "terrorist