When will the government wake up about China?

Canada is still considering Huawei as a supplier of 5G, despite the opposition of some of…

When other people’s disputes come to our shores

Canada is proudly a land of many nations, but sometimes homeland conflicts come to roost.

The increasingly diverse make-up of Canadian resource protests – is violence around the corner?

We all recognise the right to express dissent: so what do we do when groups espousing…

When will Canada stand up to states that engage in terrorism against their own citizens?

Uyghur Canadians are harassed by Chinese agents here and abroad to keep quiet about the abuses…

The gnawing question of when to release terrorists from custody

There is no such thing as zero-risk: we need to have systems in place to measure…

Let’s see if a new GOC ‘terrorism prosecution unit’ gets it right

Most professionals need ongoing training to keep up with developments: terrorism briefings are long overdue for…

No such thing as privacy intrusions in the age of oversharing

Law enforcement and security agencies use a wealth of sources in their investigations, including openly-available data.