The multi-year extradition saga of Ottawa university professor Hassan Diab has taken yet another bizarre turn with the news that Diab has not even been formally charged.
Community members showed up at the offices of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) in Montreal yesterday morning, intent on engaging in an action called "profile the profilers."
Building Resilience Against Terrorism is a hodgepodge of Management 101 PowerPoint nonsense that simply regurgitates the unsubstantiated nostrums that fearmongers have been parroting for years.
A classified U.S. diplomatic cable records how American officials worked with senior Canadian police and security officials to find "work-arounds" to anticipated restrictions on intelligence-sharing.
A new directive issued by the Minister of Public Safety removes any ambiguity about the government's position on the use and sharing of information that is likely derived from torture.
Constructing change: the activist toolkit
On this week's Constructing change podcast, Hassan Diab fights his extradition charges and anti-national security tools are highlighted.
Attorneys recently filed a complaint on my behalf as a plaintiff against Barack Obama and Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta to challenge the legality of the Authorization for Use of Military Force.
Fallout from Canada's immigration legislation includes increased detention and deportation of those who, through no fault of their own, have become a scapegoat in the so-called Global War on Terror.
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service has been accused of intimidation and harassment. The People's Commission Network in Montreal is saying that it's time to stop co-operating with CSIS.
Hassan Diab, a Canadian citizen and former University of Ottawa professor, is fighting deportation to France under Canada's Extradition Act for allegations that would not stand up in Canadian courts.