Opinion

Adrift in the age of random murder

The use of terror as a political weapon and the rejection of human norms in a civilian context have been building for decades, and it looks to get a lot worse before it conceivably gets any better.

Police patrol in downtown Ottawa on Oct. 22, 2014, the day Michael Zehaf-Bibeau stormed Parliament and killed a ceremonial guard at the National War Memorial. The Hill Times photograph by Chris Plecash

By LES WHITTINGTON

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, June 22, 2016 12:00 AM

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