Episode 118 – Borealis talks to Terry Fallis, award-winning Canadian writer and author of the bestselling Operation Angus.
Episode 117 – Phil has a discussion with veteran CSIS investigator Dan Stanton
When terrorism is applied to all kinds of criminal offences perhaps it is time to remove it from the criminal code: charges can be laid in other ways.
Are mental illness and violent extremism necessarily mutually exclusive? Can an individual suffer from some kind of psychological disorder and still be a terrorist?
Should a wannabe Canadian terrorist who lied about joining ISIS get away with nothing more than a slap on the wrist?
Calling all serious hate-motivated violent crime ‘terrorism’ is unnecessary, unhelpful and problematic: we need to stop doing this
Countries treat first degree murder seriously, as they should: why doesn’t Canada when it comes to terrorism?
Terrorism means many things to many people and we may be heading down an unhelpful pathway
A man received a 25-month jail sentence for trying to burn down a Hamilton, Ontario mosque to ‘bring jihad’ to Canadian Muslims.
On this day in 2016, a man was arrested after walking into a Canadian Forces recruiting office in Toronto and allegedly stabbing two Forces members.