Terrorism in Canada: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Back on popular demand, this course examines the terrorist threat to Canada (and how it is…

US ‘national security’ concerns are adversely affecting Canadian-American relations

The powers the US has on Canadian soil to ‘protect’ national security’ should make us think…

Deaths from terrorism are down, but…

Terrorists killed less than half as many people in 2018 than they did in 2014: some…

Threats of violence over climate change disagreement continue…

How a grade 4 lesson that included material critical of Alberta’s oil industry prompted a Facebook…

Just how likely are you to die in a terrorist attack? Not very.

It is important to keep threats in perspective and not give in to irrational fear -…

When real terrorism leads to retaliatory genocide

Every state has a right and a duty to protect its citizens from terrorism: that right…

How NOT to have a useful dialogue on counter terrorism

Having polar opposite views or smaller disagreements on any subject matter, including terrorism, is acceptable: ad…

Who decides when someone becomes an ‘ex’ terrorist and why?

who should ultimately decide how much risk a given incarcerated terrorist poses to our society? I…

The ebb and flow of terrorist groups: Why declaring victory is often premature

Declaring ‘victory’ over a terrorist group/terrorism may be a nice sound bite, but it is rarely…

The uncomfortable repercussions of the London terrorist attack

The simple truth is that there are no simple answers on what to do with terrorists:…