Prime Minister Stephen Harper, April 2009:

“I commend C-CAT for encouraging a substantive dialogue on terrorism. You have… galvanized divergent groups across the country to unite against those that seek to undermine the cohesiveness of
Canadian society.”
C-CAT is comprised of Canadian terror victims, counterterrorism professionals, lawyers and other individuals dedicated to building bridges between the private and public sectors in the battle against terrorism and to assisting terror victims in rebuilding their lives.


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.

C-CAT Sponsors Full Page Ad in the Ottawa Citizen Decrying Display at Ottawa’s City Hall17-Jun-2014

16 Other Organizations Join C-CAT Ad Protesting Exhibits that Commemorate Terrorists Who Murdered 35..

C-CAT Op-ed in the Hill Times: Whither the Muslim Brotherhood 10-Jun-2014

By: Danny Eisen and Tom Quiggin TORONTO - British Prime Minister David Cameron recently..

C-CAT Op-ed in the Canadian Jewish News: Citizenship Revocation as a National Security Tool07-May-2014

By: Sheryl Saperia and Danny Eisen Bill C-24, the Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act, has ..

C-CAT Op-ed in the Canadian Jewish News: Iran's charter of intolerance10-Apr-2014

By: Sheryl Saperia and Danny Eisen Canadian stakeholders have appr..

The JVTA Strikes at Iran21-Mar-2014

C-CAT spent over 8 years leading the campaign for the passage of the Justice for Victims of Terroris..

C-CAT Op-ed in the Huffington Post: Keep Relief Efforts from Terrorists' Hands04-Feb-2014

By: Danny Eisen and Sheryl Saperia War, natural disasters and political instabili..

C-CAT Op-Ed in the Ottawa Citizen: Protecting the World's Christians14-Jan-2014

By: Danny Eisen and Sheryl Saperia As the winter holidays wind down for another year..

Victims, Heroes and Pakistani Complicity in the Attack on Mumbai13-Dec-2013

By: Danny Eisen India has just marked an anniversary. Five years ago, 10 terrorists from Pakist..

Canada, Ban This Organization That Burns Christians and Bombs Churches Now21-Nov-2013

By: Danny Eisen and Sheryl Saperia After years of vacillating, the United States has finally d..