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Terror suspect arrested at Montreal airport

The RCMP swooped in on an alleged terrorist conspiracy because one of the suspects was about to get on a plane to India, according to the Canadian Press >> Read full article

3 days of terror: Key events in Paris newspaper attack and hostage takings

For three days, the al-Qaida-linked brothers and a gunman believed to be their partner terrorized France and shook the world >> Read full article

Pan Am Games security: Don’t compare France and Canada, experts say

The 2015 Pan Am Games will be a “litmus test” of how Canadian security has reacted to a surge in global terrorism, according to a Metro News report >> Read full article

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Extremism and the new threat landscape

Extremism and the new threat landscape

It’s undeniable. The reality of the threat from extremist acts has changed. Have you recognized the shift and do you appreciate its gravity? With recent attacks on Canadian Forces personnel in Canada, a café in Sydney and now on journalists in Paris, we have allowed ourselves to be comforted by such dismissive catch-phrases as “it’s a targeted attack,” or “it’s an isolated event.” >> Learn More…


Bail denied for man facing hoax related terrorism charges in Quebec

A Quebec judge has denied bail to a man arrested on terrorism-related charges, ruling he could pose a serious threat to public safety and national security >> Read full article

NY senator calls for airline, airport worker screenings following gun running case

Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for daily screening of airport and airline workers for weapons following last month's arrests of five men accused of smuggling guns through the New York and Atlanta airports >> Read full article

U.S. said not responsible for cyberattacks on North Korea

The U.S. government was not responsible for sustained electronic attacks that crippled North Korea's Internet infrastructure last month, just after President Barack Obama promised that his administration would respond to the hacker break-in at Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., two senior U.S. officials told The Associated Press >> Read full article

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 Event Calendar 

Focus On School (K-12)

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: March 25, 2015 >> More Info

ISC West

Location: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: April 15-17, 2015 >> More Info

Counter Terror Expo

Location: London, U.K.
Date: April 21-22, 2015 >> More Info

Security Canada East

Location: Laval, Que.
Date: April 22, 2015 >> More Info