Canadian Man Charged in Terror Case Ordered to Remain in Jail
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has accused him of traveling to Turkey in 2014 to join Jabhat al Nusra, a branch of al Qaeda located in Syria.
The UN Shames Canada — Again — About the Same Human Rights Issues
The new report from the UN Human Rights Committee raises concerns about counter-terrorism legislation, missing and murdered indigenous women, and the behavior of mining companies abroad. Canada says it's "proud of our human rights record."
Anonymous Is Celebrating Canada Day In Protest With Attacks on Government Sites
The DDoS campaign is the latest in a string of attacks in protest of Canada's controversial anti-terror legislation Bill C-51.