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Canadians less concerned about homegrown terrorism and radicalization: poll

Canadians feel less concerned about homegrown terrorism today than they were four years ago when the country was shaken by back-to-back deadly attacks on Canadian soldiers followed by the shooting on Parliament Hill, according to a new public opinion poll» 


Montreal to host conference on countering violent extremism

Dozens of experts in various fields – from counterterrorism to social work and education – will gather in Montreal in November for Canada’s first professional training program on countering violent extremism. The two-day training program organized by the Montreal Institute for» 


Rebroadcast: Canadian professor unveils anti-radicalization toolkit

Prof. Jocelyn Belanger at Radio Canada International offices on Nov. 20, 2015. © Levon Sevunts/Radio Canada International Dr. Jocelyn Bélanger is a man on a mission – to stop violent extremism using nothing more than the power of words. The  professor» 

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Islamic radicalization, two Canadians dead

In what is alleged to be an act of terrorism related to radical Islam, two Canadians are dead, and another is in hospital in the mainly French-speaking province of Quebec. Michel Juneau-Katsuya is CEO of Northgate Security and Strategic Intelligence,»