We have laws for good reasons, but when it comes to terrorism it seems these laws do not serve us well. Here are a few exemples.
Ottawa’s Carleton University want to end student internships with police, citing racial bias. Phil Gurski explains why this is very wrong.
The auditor general found despite a recent increase in removals, about 50,000 enforceable cases piled up in the CBSA’s inventory during the time of her audit.
Terrorism means many things to many people and we may be heading down an unhelpful pathway.
Back on popular demand, this course examines the terrorist threat to Canada (and how it is being managed) with a series of short lectures and case studies.