Thirty years ago, the federal McDonald Commission faced terrorist threats— but fiercely defended "public trust" and civil rights. Now Harper's Bill C-51 is grinding both under the Conservative boot.
Opinion: Prime Minister Stephen Harper has introduced a law that threatens Canadians' civil liberties
The move towards the security and efficiency of data-sharing and cloud-based computing is at risk as increased government surveillance exploits access to our data
Terrorism will remain as long as Western foreign policy toward the Middle East is unchanged, says UBC's Hani Faris.
As a result of the original limitations placed on the CPP, coupled with the failure of the private sector to make up the difference, it means that today too many Canadian seniors now live in poverty.
Democracies don't fear their own people, Hilary Clinton said on Saturday. "They recognize that citizens must be free to come together, to advocate and agitate." After the heavy-handed treatment of ac
Leaders, and by extension, their people, need these international summits in short because there is still no technological alternative to a face-to-face encounter.
Heather and Martin had no idea when they planned their wedding, they'd be getting married in the middle of the largest security event in Canadian history. But when I decided to attend their wedding, I
A successful police story unfolded during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games.