OTTAWA - The risk of Canadians becoming radicalized into extremism is a legitimate and significant concern, the country's
Peter MacKay had a simple, gruff reply when asked by reporters what the definition of terrorism will mean in the government's
Canada's spy agency is expected to be given new powers to stop would-be Canadian jihadists before they leave the country
OTTAWA - The Harper government is looking for ways to better use secret intelligence in court proceedings as a means of countering
OTTAWA - The Conservative government is expected to give police and spies new tools to fight terrorism as early as next week
OTTAWA - The federal government wants to create a publicly accessible database of Canadian terrorism incidents. The web-based
Canada’s spy agency sees the "insider threat" as a rising security risk for Canadians at home and abroad, according to a
The Canadian government has recently announced a plan to establish grants of $1 million to academic institutions to "study" terrorist threats to Canada. Twenty-seven years after the worst attack on Canadian interests -- the Air India bombing -- and more than a decade after 9/11, the best this government has been able to come up with is $10 million to fund academics to study what we already know?
It's good that the Ministry of Public Safety has decided to introduce amendments to the existing Anti-Terrorism Act of Canada. Even so, such measures may engender considerable controversy under Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms.