C-CAT speaks for a unique constituency of Canadians from faith groups and communities across Canada that has personally and directly experienced the horrific impact of terrorism. Some C-CAT members lost a single relative, others lost entire families, and several were injured themselves.
C-CAT is committed to a wide range of projects including:
- Civil Action Against Terrorism – The passage of the Justice for Victims of Terrorism Act. The bill will allow terror victims to launch law suits against state and local sponsors of terror.
- Sanctions Against Iran – Advocacy for broader and more effective sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran
- The IRGC – Banning of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a terrorist entity
- Listed Entities -- The inclusion of other unlisted terrorist entities on Canada's list of banned terrorist organizations
- Terror Assets – Enactment of regulations to expedite the seizure and redistribution of terrorist assets
- Passage of Bill S-209 – A bill marking 9/11 as a National Day of Service.
By: Sheryl Saperia and Danny Eisen Canadian stakeholders have appr..
Iran's assets in Canada N..
The JVTA Strikes at Iran21-Mar-2014
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C-CAT Member Dr. Sherri Wise files first Canadian lawsuit against Iran under new anti-terrorism laws04-Oct-2013
The Front Page of the National Post: C-CAT Member Dr. Sherri Wis..