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Terrorism expert Michael Zekulin on fear of ISIS in Canada

In the wake of the Paris attacks, is withdrawal from the ISIS bombing missions still the right move for the Trudeau government? Michael Zekulin of the University of Calgary specializes in terrorism and security issues.
A woman holds a placard at a vigil for victims of the deadly Paris attacks, in London's Trafalgar Square. (Matt Dunham/The Associated Press)

In the wake of Friday's massacres of Parisians by ISIS, many Canadians are concerned about the possibility of an attack in this country. 

For insight into Canada's anti-terror strategy and the threat of ISIS in Canada, Michael speaks with Michael Zekulin. He teaches political science at the University of Calgary, where he is also a research fellow at the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies. He specializes in terrorism - domestic, homegrown and international.


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