Sikh extremists in Canada carried out the largest act of aviation terrorism prior to 9/11 in 1985: do they still pose a threat?
The Canadian government has politicised the use and meaningfulness of intelligence and undermined the very agencies which provide it – not good!
When a nation’s spy agency has a morale problem it can have widespread effects on national security: a conversation with a former Canadian intel officer.
Hey Canada! Resorting to generic, meaningless terminology to describe terrorism is inaccurate, unhelpful and deters from broader understanding.
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.
How far should intelligence and law enforcement agencies go in investigating terrorist threats?
Quick Hits 189 – This is the last podcast… for now.
Episode 131 – Borealis talks to former senior CSIS IO Dan Faughnan.
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.
On March 4, 2009 three Canadian soldiers were killed and two injured by an IED in southern Afghanistan.