Episode 82 – The story of an RCMP officer who spent time in Afghanistan in 2011-12 and wrote a book about it.
The Cameron Ortis case reminds us that when we agree to receive intelligence from an ally we need to protect it
Charges of entrapment in terrorist cases belie a woeful ignorance of how terrorism works.
Canadian police arrest Shehroze Chaudhry (Abu Huzayfah) for fabricating interviews about terrorist involvement with Islamic State (ISIS) and terrorism hoax.
The Calgary RCMP INSET has charged a man with joining ISIS and participating in acts of terrorism on behalf of the group in Syria.
I think we all agree that the worst crime humans can commit is to try to, or succeed in, killing whole races.
Former CSIS analyst explain why, when we have so little to go on, it is best to refrain from pronouncing judgment on a violent incident.
Should convicted terrorists like Toronto 18 member Saad Gaya get a second chance? Former Security Service Analyst Phil Gurski weighs in.
On this day in 2013, two converts to Islam convicted of a pressure cooker terrorism plot to occur in British Columbia on Canada Day. They were later acquitted.
While we have the right to criticise our agencies, we also have to recognise the complexity of what they do – this applies to the RCMP in Nova Scotia last weekend.