Inside Canada’s Five-Year-Long Anti-Terror Investigation of a Group of Quebec Communists

On November 30, 2004, a bomb buried under two bags of sand went off, shaking the foundations of a hydroelectric tower near the Quebec-US border. Two years later, a car bomb decimated an oil executive’s car outside of his home, northwest of Montreal.

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