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Aaron Driver died in obscure and tragic circumstances, and we may never know what really happened to him. Nevertheless, asking questions and demanding answers can help us to learn from the past and move forward. Linking the case of Aaron Driver to the question of radicalization is a simplistic and misleading narrative. Demanding answers about the FBI's role in his death, however, is more crucial than ever.
TORONTO - The fate of two men accused of plotting to derail a passenger train travelling between Canada and the U.S. now
The two men accused of planning an attack on a Canada-U.S. passenger train considered former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford an “easy
This week, Canadians observed the National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism. For Sikh Canadians and Jewish Canadians alike, the Day of Remembrance has particular resonance. That our two communities have shared experience in facing terrorism was pointedly on display during the 2008 Mumbai attack.
The RCMP, FBI and CSIS are all working diligently to protect the public from such monstrous agendas. However, something must also be done to counter this evil at the idelogical level, where plots to murder innocents are hatched.
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
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
Canada's minister of citizenship and immigration says he was "disturbed to learn a foreigner can get a pardon for serious
Prime Minister Stephen Harper said this is not the time to "commit sociology" when asked about the arrests of two men this