NEWS & VIDEOS


January 23, 2018

Women are capable of violence as much as men

Second teen pleads guilty in death of Serena McKay A second teen has pleaded guilty for her role in the death of Serena McKay. The 19-year-old […]
January 16, 2018

Devastation of Custody battle

Mississauga mom and her spouse found guilty of first-degree murder in killing of ex-husband Melissa Merritt and partner Christopher Fattore were found guilty in the 2013 […]
January 16, 2018

Baby injured, man stabbed in attack at Etobicoke condo

Anser Farooq from Law Professional Corporation acted for father in baby stabbing case and he has been granted custody. A baby is in hospital in critical […]
January 16, 2018

Working late nights and early mornings

Working late nights and early morning
November 22, 2017

Omar Alghabra Member of Parliament

Omar Alghabra Member of the Canadian House of Commons With Dr. Ahmed Farooq
December 15, 2016

Windsor man given terrorism peace bond with 17 conditions for traveling to ISIL territory

Ten days after flying out of Toronto’s Pearson airport on Nov. 3, 2013, Mohammed El Shaer was photographed outside an ISIL-controlled police station in a Syrian […]
July 15, 2016

Toronto man arrested on suspicion he’d travel and engage in terrorism agrees to no contact with ISIL

BRAMPTON — A Toronto man arrested over police concerns he would travel abroad to engage in terrorism agreed Friday to the terms of a one-year peace […]
September 25, 2015

Ottawa revokes citizenship of Toronto 18 mastermind

The Islamic extremist who masterminded a terrorist plot to bomb Parliament and several buildings in the heart of downtown Toronto has become the first Canadian in […]
March 29, 2015

CBSA wants to hide identities of undercover officers who investigated man accused of plotting Toronto attacks

Federal officials are seeking to hide the identities of the undercover officers involved in the investigation that led to the arrest of a Pakistani man accused […]
March 12, 2015

Should Canada deport accused terrorists without trial?

When Jahanzeb Malik, a Pakistan-born permanent resident and father, was ordered to remain in detention Wednesday pending deportation, questions swirled as to why the government didn’t simply charge […]
November 10, 2014

Federal authorities seek peace bonds for two suspected extremists

Federal authorities have taken steps to impose ‘preventive’ conditions on two suspected extremists in Canada as security officials resort to an array of seldom-used legal methods […]
October 30, 2014

Arrest shows police using new strategy to charge suspected extremists

A 30-year-old assault-rifle collector from Pakistan has been arrested on allegations that he is a terrorist threat to Canada. The Ontario resident is in jail, charged […]
June 25, 2014

Blatchford: Maybe he really is a moderate Muslim — that’s the scary thing

There are two possibilities that naturally emerge from the sentencing hearing for Mohamed Hersi, the first Canadian to be convicted for attempting to participate in terrorist […]
May 27, 2011

Brampton man sues government alleging CSIS harassed him

A Brampton man is suing the Canadian government alleging Canada’s spy agency launched a smear campaign against him, painting him as a terrorist and pedophile because […]
April 29, 2011

Toronto man facing terror charges granted bail

A Toronto man facing terrorism lex charges after allegedly planning to join a Somali group linked to al-Qaeda has been granted bail. Mohamed Hersi, 25, appeared […]