The Canadian ambassador to Ireland worries that his residence is haunted by the spirit of Irish revolutionary Patrick Pearse.
Why there’s no such thing as “under-reported” terrorism.
During a ceremony commemorating British soldiers who died during the Easter Rising in 1916, Ambassador Kevin Vickers "intercepted a protester who ran up to the podium," according to Austin Jean, spokesperson for Global Affairs Canada.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police used polygraph machines while investigating a high-profile terror attack on Canada's Parliament, even though courts and researchers say the tests are unreliable.
Canada’s outgoing prime minister and the man set to replace him shook hands today and joined thousands in Ottawa to pay tribute to two soldiers killed in brutal attacks that shook the nation one year ago.
The new information comes days after the RCMP released the full-length version of a cellphone video Michael Zehaf-Bibeau took immediately before beginning his attack. That video showed him praying and asking Allah for forgiveness in Arabic.
Footage of a video recorded by Michael Zehaf-Bibeau explains his motivation in attacking a soldier at Parliament Hill in October.
The Canadian government has launched a new program to stop young people from being radicalized, but its success is far from certain.
Abu Mohammed al-Adnani just released a recording titled "Die in Your Rage."
The country's most famous sergeant-at-arms is being given a prestigious placement.
Stephen Harper condemned the murders at the offices of 'Charlie Hebdo' and pledged that Canadians would "not be intimidated." Meanwhile, the attackers have been identified.
Canada had a busy year.