CBC News has learned the RCMP has disrupted or intervened in 28 instances involving people who fall into its high-risk travel category. That includes people who have returned home after joining a government-designated terrorist group abroad and are intending to travel again, or people who are sympathizers in Canada and are about to travel abroad.
Intervention and disruption is a process the Mounties use as they gather evidence that may lead to future charges. It can include conducting interrogations, talking to family members, surveillance and even referring some cases to Passport Canada to have the suspect’s passport revoked.
The 28 cases CBC News has learned about all fall into the high-risk travel group and are being monitored closely by both the RCMP and CSIS.
Just who are these “High Risk Travelers? Are they referring to Snow Birds? Spring Breakers? They don’t say. It couldn’t have anything to do with Islam could it?
Nah! Why mass immigration from Muslim nations has been an absolute blessing to Canada! Why else would the government encourage it?