The ‘Arab Spring’ took the international community by storm in 2011, ushering in a new sense of optimism and hope for the
Carleton University student Anas Marwah was mocking ISIS well before famous comedians took aim at the terrorist army – and now his increasingly
Amidst a day of stormy backlash from opposition parties over the Conservative government’s anti-Muslim rhetoric, Defence and Multiculturalism minister Jason Kenney took advantage of a brief
One of the directors of Canada’s terrorism research centre says statements made this weekend by the chair of the Senate national security
Canada is lagging behind when it comes to prosecuting hate speech, terrorism financing and terrorism related activities, at least compared with other jurisdictions,
The Charlie Hebdo massacre and subsequent hostage-taking and murders at the Paris kosher supermarket were supposedly in retaliation for the blasphemous manner
Canadians should be having an informed discussion about their country’s involvement in the fight against ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria).
Events this week on Parliament Hill and in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Quebec) have rocked the nation. It is hard to make meaning of it