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MANITOBA LAW JOURNAL|VOLUME 44 ISSUE 1 2021

 

We would like to acknowledge the support of the Faculty of Law Legal Research Institute in making these publications possible

Cover

Information for Contributors

Publication Information

Call for Papers

Table of Contents

Part One: Sociological and Criminological Perspectives on the Toronto 18

Introduction
MICHAEL NESBITT, KENT ROACH, DAVID C. HOFMANN, AND KEVIN LEE

Chapter 1 – Homegrown Terrorist Radicalization: The Toronto 18 in Comparative Perspective

LORNE L. DAWSON AND AMARNATH AMARASINGAM

Chapter 2 – A Social Network Analysis of the Toronto 18

DAVID C. HOFMANN

 

Chapter 3 – Criminological Perspectives on the Toronto 18

TIANA GAUDETTE, GARTH DAVIES, AND RYAN SCRIVENS

 

Chapter 4 – The Infiltration of the Toronto 18: A Conversation with Mubin Shaikh

AMARNATH AMARASINGAM AND MUBIN SHAIKH

 

Chapter 5 – The Canadian Security Intelligence Service and the Toronto 18 Case

STEPHANIE CARVIN

 

Part Two: The Investigation and Charging of the Toronto 18

Chapter 6 – Navigating National Security: The Prosecution of the Toronto 18

CROFT MICHAELSON

Chapter 7 – Curing Complexity: Moving Forward from the Toronto 18 on Intelligence-to-Evidence

JAY PELLETIER AND CRAIG FORCESE

 

Chapter 8 – Improving the Intelligence to Evidence (I2E) Model in Canada

DAVE MURRAY AND DEREK HUZULAK

 

Chapter 9 – Financing the Toronto 18

JESSICA DAVIS

 

Part Three: Legal Issues at Trial

 

Chapter 10 – Trial by Jury and the Toronto 18

KENT ROACH

 

Chapter 11 – Canada v. Asad Ansari: Avatars, Inexpertise, and Racial Bias in Canadian Anti-Terrorism Litigation
ANVER M. EMON AND AAQIB MAHMOOD

 

Chapter 12 – Policing Entrapment

VINCENT CHIAO

 

Chapter 13 – The Dangers of Charter-Proofing the Toronto 18’s Prosecution

KENT ROACH

 

Part Four: Sentencing, Parole, Reintegration, and an Unknown Future

 

Chapter 14 – Sentencing the Toronto 18: Lessons from Then, Lessons for Now

MICHAEL NESBITT

 

Chapter 15 – Rehabilitation, Intervention, and Parole for the Toronto 18: Dead Ends and Silver Linings

REEM ZAIA

 

Chapter 16 – A Brief History of the Brief History of Citizenship Revocation in Canada

AUDREY MACKLIN

 

Concluding Thoughts

Conclusion
MICHAEL NESBITT, KENT ROACH, AND DAVID C. HOFMANN

Appendices

 

Appendix A: Cast of Characters
 

Appendix B: Key Events in the Toronto 18