On The Coast | Jan 22, 2013 | 8:01

Threat of homegrown terrorism in Canada.

The federal government is still trying to determine whether two Canadians were involved in last week's deadly hostage-taking in Algeria. But a new threat assessment from CSIS suggests homegrown Canadian terrorism is on the rise. Stephen speaks with a former senior intelligence officer and manager at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.

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