My encounters with CSIS

Ramz Aziz: CSIS arbitrary outreach to Muslim students does everything but identify risk factors for radicalization

Parliament’s secret briefing from CSIS: beware of Russian spies

In prepared remarks, the head of CSIS in 2016 warned of activities by Russian and Chinese operatives and how politicians should counter them

How facial recognition software is slowly eroding privacy

Our editorial: New face-tracking technology offers an invaluable tool for law enforcement, but as it spreads there will be a strong temptation to misuse it

Liberals face reality of national security in a dangerous world

Trudeau Report Card: Many security promises remain unfulfilled—from better equipping spies to jet purchases

Canadians sound off on proposed anti-terrorism bill

We asked Toronto demonstrators why they’re opposed to Bill C-51. The answers were as diverse as the participants

How should Parliament keep an eye on CSIS?

SIRC, CSIS and a proposal for parliamentary oversight

Canada’s evolving no-fly list—and why changes to it were inevitable

Once reserved for “immediate” threats to airplanes, the country’s no-fly database is about to get much bigger

CSIS to get stronger anti-terror powers under federal bill

The bill comes as a response to a review following two fatal attacks on Canadian soldiers

CSIS has tabs on radicalized Canadians who have fought abroad

Only one Canadian of the 130 who allegedly left to help a terrorist group has been charged. Why?

Sudanese refugee sues Canadian government over terrorism accusations

Abousfian Abdelrazik seeks $500,000 in damages

Google and Bell deny roles in mass surveillance of Canadians

What does Edward Snowden mean for Canadian companies?