The Communications Security Establishment is already working to prevent Russia and other states from interfering with the next election, but the CSIS Act gives the spy agency plenty of room to lend a hand.
Long waits in line are the price we must pay to avoid a disastrous attack.
Being a Canadian means being compassionate and doing the right thing. Allowing these Afghan interpreters to come here fits both bills.
Weird theories about shootings are both unhelpful and un-Canadian. Yes, we need to address the very real threat of terrorism in this country. It does occur but it does occur rarely. That is a fact.
Even though those who engage in violence do not fit any kind of demographic they all tend to engage in behaviour that should tell those closest to them something is amiss.
Is Alex Neve seriously of the opinion that Canada has no interest in vetting potential visitors who may in fact be terrorists and who may intend us harm? Really?
Ihsaan Gardee paints a picture of CSIS that seems to have it in for Canadaâ€™s Muslims and which has undermined attempts by those communities to 'establish robust partnerships.' He's wrong.
In the end, the terrorists were successful and the blame for this lies with CSIS, the RCMP, and others. Simply stated, we did not perform our duties well enough and many people died. There is no excuse for this.