Terrorism advisers spent months waiting for meetings

Despite straining to tell everyone how important consultation is, the federal Liberals have waited 16 months to reboot their terrorism advisory panel.

And of the 16 people appointed by their predecessors, the Liberals have held onto just four, leaving former members grumbling to The Gargoyle about the panel’s ideology and slow timeframe.

The Cross-Cultural Roundtable on Security acts as the government’s sounding board for everything from radicalization-prevention programs to cyber security and border screening. Its membership typically includes Muslim activists doing grassroots anti-extremism work, psychologists studying ethnic communities and social workers dealing with gang members.

The member list has not been updated, I can just imagine the Islamist whack-jobs Justin has appointed.