Terrorism, which in general terms means the commission of a violent act in order to attain political purposes, includes bombing public places or infrastructure (other than during armed conflict), taking hostages, and other acts intended to cause death or serious bodily injury to civilians in order to intimidate a population or coerce a public authority. A person commits an offence if the person engages in a terrorist act (an act or threat of violence that is intended to advance a political, religious or ideological cause, and that is intended to either to coerce a government or to intimidate the public).

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