In November 2014, the Angus Reid Institute (ARI), in conjunction with the Province (part of the Postmedia Network), The Laurier Institution, and the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, conducted a comprehensive national survey on radicalization and homegrown terrorism in Canada.
The survey aimed to explore this complex subject from a number of perspectives, including perception of the threat, methods for prevention, confidence in Canadian security services, views on punishment and attitudes towards the Muslim community and its leaders in this country.
The survey found that the majority of Canadians are engaged and following issues of radicalization and homegrown terrorism in this country closely, but the nation, its regions and even its households are divided on how best to address these problems.
The full survey findings can be found here: REPORT: Homegrown terrorism and radicalization in Canada
Majority of Canadians worry about domestic terrorism, according to new survey