Responding to terrorism

After last week’s killings, Canada has changed; but how it changes is up to us.

Embassy Photo: Sam Garcia
RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson at the House public safety committee on Oct. 8. Occasional forays into public by senior intelligence and law enforcement officials are no longer enough, says Jez Littlewood.
Jez Littlewood
Published: Wednesday, 10/29/2014 12:00 am EDT

Following last week’s attacks and the death of four Canadians, two soldiers and the two perpetrators, Canada has changed: terrorism is no longer something people perceive as happening a long time ago or thwarted by the authorities. How Canada changes is up to us all.

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