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People hold photos of the victims during a vigil on Jan. 29, 2020 in Montreal to commemorate the third anniversary of the mosque shooting in Quebec City that left six people dead. (Ryan Remiorz/CP)

Terrorism laws have long been used against brown and black men. When will they be used to protect them?

Sadiya Ansari: A new terror charge against a 17-year-old involved in the incel movement signals that law enforcement has finally expanded who they think is a threat

In the aftermath on Parliament Hill, three key questions

Laws to pass, ‘lone wolves’ to combat, and innocence long lost

The Prudent Court: Anti-terrorism, charter rights and judicial caution

Supreme Court maintains cautious balance between national security concerns and individual rights


Megapundit Extra: Hilarious foreign mayors edition

Boris Johnson, formerly a British Conservative MP and a highly entertaining weekly presence on the Daily Telegraph opinion pages and now, improbably, mayor of London, returns in today’s edition to discuss his latest crimes against political correctness, as depicted in the photo below.