In view of the worsening security situation in the world, Singapore has passed new laws to protect its infrastructure.
The biggest obstacle to passage of Canadian Arctic waters is the lack of both navigation facilities and rescue services, and this requires heavy icebreakers, notes David Bercuson.
A new poll shows Quebec residents are supportive of their government’s efforts to ban the receiving or administering of public services with a covered face, and most disapprove of its response to this summer’s surge in irregular border-crossings.
Government recognizes a need to prepare the business sector to be vigilant for potential terror activity.
Bill C-22 creates, for the first time, a special Parliamentary Committee with a specific national security review mandate. This important accomplishment could be a valuable tool, the following issues merit substantive examination.
Al-Qaeda calls upon mujahid brothers to resist the oppression facing the ethnic Rohinhya minority in Myanmar.
Public attention on these issues is unprecedented, and for good reason. Modern immigration and refugee systems should go beyond erecting heated tents and ignoring the truth.
New arrests for terrorism-related activities adds to the increasing cascade of arrests and detentions that Singapore authorities have been making since 2015.
Public opinion poll from the Angus Reid Institute shows majority (57%) of Canadians disapprove of the Trudeau government's handling of the illegal border crossing situation.
It is impossible to prevent every terrorist activity being plotted across the globe without constant, intrusive surveillance, which is socially and politically unacceptable. Dr Kabilan looks at the importance of building resilience.
President Trump's crackdown on illegal immigrants in the United States is having unforeseen and unprecedented consequences for Canada, and its processing system is failing.
The father of a white supremacist stands up and says "It was the silence of good people that allowed the Nazis to flourish the first time around, and it is the silence of good people that is allowing them to flourish now."
Fewer than two-in-five Canadians say believe it is safe to eat genetically modified foods, and 83% say GMOs should be subject to mandatory labeling.
Authorities from Indonesia, Australia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Brunei and New Zealand met over the weekend to map out a plan to meet and defeat the threat emanating from ISIS.
Sitting at one of Asia’s most strategically vulnerable hotspots, Singapore is pulling out all the stops to prevent terrorists from ever ‘disfiguring’ it, in the way the United States, Australia and Britain have so painfully experienced.
A new Angus Reid poll shows that 71% of Canadians feel Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the wrong choice in awarding an out of court settlement of $10.5 million to Omar Khadr. The question is: who is the PM representing?
Countries should feel a sense of urgency to better understand and address underlying causes of the surge of right-wing radicalism in their own countries, says Vanja Petricevic.
The Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Terry Beech announced yesterday in Ottawa that the government of Canada was reversing the decision to cancel the Canadian Coast Guard's dive rescue program on Canada's West Coast.
Axing the Coast Guard Dive Rescue team is one of the latest bait-and-switch funding practices of this government.
It’s been two and a half years since Alberta RCMP officer, David Wynn, was murdered by career criminal Shawn Rehn after being granted bail. Developed to address inadequacies related to bail hearings, Bill S-217 is scheduled for a final vote this week in Parliament. People will be watching.