By Ashoke Dasgupta in Winnipeg, MB Harjit Singh Sajjan, defence minister of Canada, made an unprecedented request in mid-August, for the military ombudsman to look…View More Race War Quickens Pace at ‘The Base’ as Mystery over Missing Neo-Nazi Lingers
Commentary by Phil Gurski in Ottawa I am sure you have all read the stories. In the aftermath of an arrest of a mass murderer (or a…View More Why Do We Keep Missing The Terrorists?
Commentary by Phil Gurski in Ottawa The fight against terrorism is multi-faceted. As we are seeing in Mosul as I write, forces from a number of…View More Countering Extremism: Choose “Community Leaders” Carefully
Commentary by Phil Gurski Another set of terrorist attacks in the West, another desperate search for answers or explanations or rationale. A man now in…View More U.S. Intelligence Needs Drastic Overhaul
by L. Ian MacDonald Now comes the reckoning — not just for the Senate, but also for Auditor-General Michael Ferguson, who spent $21 million investigating its…View More The AG and the Senate: $21 million to catch $1 million? Are we kidding?
By A Special Correspondent Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks set for a major outreach towards the powerful Sikh community in Canada but that is…View More Security Ramped Up for Indian PM’s Visit
by Amanda Connolly One of the directors of Canada’s terrorism research centre says statements made this weekend by the chair of the Senate national security…View More Don’t Equate Radical Thoughts With Actions, Academics Tell Senator
by Janice Dickson Canada is lagging behind when it comes to prosecuting hate speech, terrorism financing and terrorism related activities, at least compared with other jurisdictions,…View More CPC Senator says Canada Needs to Start Prosecuting Terrorists
by Amira Elghawaby (@AmiraElghawaby) in Ottawa How much does it concern you that your emails, texts, social media, and phone calls might be monitored? If…View More Spy Agencies Have Too Much Latitude