Quebec, Belgium sign deal to fight threat of radicalism

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QUEBEC CITY – The Quebec government signed a deal with Belgium Tuesday that will see a collaboration in the fight against radicalism.

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The arrangement was in the planning stages for months, but took on new meaning following Friday’s violent attacks in Paris.

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Former Public Security Minister Lise Theriault visited several European countries last spring to learn about their efforts to fight radicalization.

An agreement has been reached between Quebec to fight radicalism, Tuesday, November 17, 2015.

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The two governments hope that they will be able to learn from each other’s best practices.

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