Canadian network for research on terrorism, security and society

Canadian network for research on terrorism, security and society

our three primary objectives

Collaboration

To foster communication and collaboration between academic researchers in multiple disciplines

Interaction

To facilitate the interaction and collaboration of researchers and policy officials

Scholarship

To help cultivate a new and larger generation of scholars interested in these fields of study

most recent Publications

WORKING PAPER

“One-man war”: A History of Lone-actor Terrorism in Canada, 1868-2018

Using primary source material obtained through archives and other open sources, this working paper examines, through a series of qualitative case studies, nineteen lone-actor terrorist…

RESEARCH BRIEF

AN EXAMINATION OF COMPETENCIES FOR AND THE EVALUATION OF CVE IN POLICING

Drawing on expert interviews (n=10), an environmental scan of current practices within one Canadian province (Ontario), and insights generated by a police-academic working group assembled…

RESEARCH BRIEF

TERRORISM AND THE TERRORIZED: How the ‘Terrorism’ Label is Informed and Applied to a Violent Attack in Canada

SUMMARY •The threat posed by al Qaeda, Daesh, and those inspired by their ideologies, has framed the way Canada has understood and labelled terrorism for…

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