TIMELINE: An interactive history of terrorist attacks and plots in Canada

From the FLQ and the War Measures Act to Al-Qaeda-inspired plotters, Canada has seen terrorism before. Interactive timeline.

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Mobile users click here to view our interactive timeline of terrorism incidents in Canada over the past 50 years.

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