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Christianne Boudreau
Rick Sterling | In 2014, Christianne Boudreau’s son was killed fighting with ISIS in Syria. After his death, she became an advocate for counter extremism. In 2016, her passport was revoked.
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Mohamed Harkat at the Supreme Court of Canada. Photo: International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group/Facebook
Matthew Behrens | The Ottawa resident has never been subjected to examination either in an open court or a closed session. He was back in court in mid-November seeking relaxed conditions and now waits for a verdict.
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Matthew Behrens | Ralph Goodale's series of new memos defy the absolute prohibition on torture. This is immoral and foolish, given how Canadian citizens have been treated and the deserved payouts they have received
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Abigail Curlew | The Anti-terrorism Act (2015) has been routinely called out by activists, journalists and legal scholars for empowering Canadian government with the ability to violate Charter rights.
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David J. Climenhaga | The Russian intervention in Syria seems to have produced at least in the short term several benefits for Canadian taxpayers.
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Vladimir Putin
David J. Climenhaga | So, are our leaders willing to work with Russia and Iran toward the goal of eliminating ISIS? We couldn't know from anything that was said last night.