Stephen Harper’s new Bill C-51 dangerously expands the powers and role of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), but at what cost?
This week’s tragedy in Sydney underlines the folly of pumping money into the prison system and anti-terror measures instead of properly treating the mentally ill.
There’s nothing like a tragedy to bring out a flood of meaningless clichés. But there are serious problems at the core of our system.
Radicalization, religious fervour and obsessions with conspiracy theories are often symptoms of a disease that strikes one in 100 Canadians.