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Perspectives

How woke and cancel culture undermine CT understanding

Hey Canada! Resorting to generic, meaningless terminology to describe terrorism is inaccurate, unhelpful and deters from broader understanding.

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May Today in Terrorism

May 3, 1963: FLQ plants multiple bombs in Quebec

On May 3, 1963 the FLQ planted bombs  outside a Royal Canadian Legion, the central post office in Montreal and the headquarters of the Solbec Mining Company.

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Perspectives

Why bother doing CT ops if terrorists walk free?

How far should intelligence and law enforcement agencies go in investigating terrorist threats?

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Quick Hits

So long and thanks for all the fish

Quick Hits 189 – This is the last podcast… for now.

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

The challenge of running a large domestic security intelligence operation

Episode 131 – Borealis talks to former senior CSIS IO Dan Faughnan.

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March Today in Terrorism

March 14, 2014: IED kills a carload of civilians in Afghanistan

On March 14, 2014 an IED exploded in the southern Afghan province of Kandahar, killing a carload of civilians, including two women and two children.

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March Today in Terrorism

March 4, 2009: Bombing kills Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan

On March 4, 2009 three Canadian soldiers were killed and two injured by an IED in southern Afghanistan.

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Quick Hits

Who wants to work in national security?

Quick Hits 188 – A conversation with Jennifer Benmenashe on why she wants to gain a position on national security with the Canadian government.

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

Are incels really a threat to national security?

Episode 128 – Borealis chats once again with the world’s premiere authority on these people, the Incel Project founder Naama Kates

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

What was it like to work as a spy in Canada?

Episode 127 – Movies about spies are a dime a dozen – think James Bond. But what is working in intelligence really like?