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Federal Health minister talks of terrorism fears in Calgary

CALGARY — Federal Health Minister Rona Ambrose made an unexpected leap Friday from talking about health-care innovation to fears over the threat of the Islamic State. 478 more words


Chunks of West Edmonton Mall parkade crash through car

WATCH ABOVE: After leaving her car in a parkade at the West Edmonton Mall, a local woman returned to find concrete had fallen on it. Fletcher Kent has the story. 289 more words


Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday February 26, 2015

Terror. Now that we have your attention, it’s time to talk about this week’s Open Sources Guelph. After being made afraid of going to the mall and digging holes, we’ll talk to someone afraid of four more years of Harper. 461 more words

Show Notes

Edmonton police discuss local radicalization after RCMP warns of alleged recruiter

EDMONTON — Edmonton police are discussing the potential of radicalization after receiving information from the RCMP about an alleged recruiter in the city.

“We take all of this obviously very seriously.

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Ralph Nader's Open Letter to Stephen Harper

February 18, 2015

The Right Honourable Stephen Harper, P.C., M.P.
80 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2

Dear Prime Minister:

Many Americans love Canada and the specific benefits that have come to our country from our northern neighbor’s many achievements (see  964 more words

Politics And Government

Full Pundit: Canadian politics, drunk on terror

Everyone calm down and go to the mall
Postmedia’s Andrew Coyne thinks the debate over the anti-terrorism bill is “a perfect microcosm of Canadian politics in 2015″: The Conservatives are behaving like a parody of their debate-stifling, fear-mongering selves, which seems to be their thing nowadays; the Liberals are trying to convince Conservative voters that nothing much, “in policy terms, would change if they were to replace the Tories in power” — but that they’d be ever so much… 875 more words

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Letter: Rushing anti-terror legislation shows Canada is intimidated

Re: ‘Canada will not be intimidated,’ Feb. 23.

Although Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Steven Blaney may declare “Canada will not be intimidated” when faced with al-Shabaab’s call for terror attacks against the West Edmonton Mall, the bulldozing of the federal government’s ill-thought-out anti-terror legislation through Parliament says otherwise. 22 more words