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June Today in Terrorism

June 4, 2014: Man goes on shooting rampage in New Brunswick, Canada

On June 4, 2014 Justin Bourque killed three RMCP officers and wounded two others in the eastern Canadian city of Moncton

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

Ben Maure – How Canada makes a huge contribution to policing around the world

Episode 95 – Just in time for the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers, Phil Gurski talks to 30-year RCMP veteran Ben Maure about Canada’s international policing missions.

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

Chris Lewis: From cop to commentator

Episode 87 – Phil Gurski talks with former OPP commissioner Chris Lewis about his career and about ‘experts’ in the media.

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Canadian Intelligence Eh! Podcast

Tom Abraham – How do dogs play a role in counter-terrorism?

In this episode, Borealis talks to a Canadian who has been involved in training ‘man’s best friend’ for four decades.

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Quick Hits Video

When academics get it wrong

Ottawa’s Carleton University want to end student internships with police, citing racial bias. Phil Gurski explains why this is very wrong.

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Today in Terrorism

August 4, 1998: Attacks in Colombia

On this day in 1998, Colombia’s FARC and ELN terrorist groups attacked military and police in half the country’s provinces killing at least 76.

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Canadian Intelligence Eh! Podcast

A discussion with Destiny: Trump, Incels, Police and more

If you recall, about 5 months ago, I joined Destiny (Steven Bonnell) during his livestream. He invited me back for another discussion.

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Incels Perspectives

Incel violence is not terrorism… at least not yet

It is simply too early to label incel violence ‘terrorism’ and we have other legal tools to deal with this hateful, misogynist phenomenon.

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Perspectives

Kent State 50 years later: Was terrorism involved?

50 years ago, 4 Kent State University students protesting the Vietnam War were killed by US National Guardsmen: some protesters had burned an ROTC building

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Perspectives

Terrorism, incarceration and recidivism: What do we know?

Perceived recidivism rates for incarcerated terrorists do not seem to be as high as most people believe but the situation is much more complicated than that.