Season 2 had aired its first episode on September 29, 2008, which aired on CBC Television with 13 episodes.
Season 2 begins with the escape of three United States Army soldiers in the state of New York in order to seek asylum in Canada via crossing the Niagara River to avoid returning to Iraq due to the regulations of the Stop-loss policy. ICS investigates them to realize it's more than just an attempt to escape from an American military police manhunt.
|No.||#||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|14||1||"Stop-Loss"||John Fawcett||Janet MacLean||September 29, 2008 (2008-09-29)|
|Three United States Army soldiers desert and cross the Niagara River to Canada from New York due to the Stop-loss policy when ICS agents arrest them for illegally moving to the country. After Zoe is kidnapped by one of the deserters, thinking that he's still in Iraq, Mike and the others move in to rescue her before it's too late when they find out during interrogation of one of the deserters, a Lieutenant, that he was under the influence of a secret drug that enhances his fighting strength. Agent Mannering investigates Mike, thinking that he could be the killer of Radman while Mike secretly investigates who did kill him in the first place.|
|15||2||"Target of Opportunity"||Michael DeCarlo||Denis McGrath||October 6, 2008 (2008-10-06)|
|Monita Persaud, an international mercenary, shows up in Toronto when she was arrested by LaGarda until a supposed hired hit on a cartoonist who had drawn irk to the Muslim world. A deeper investigation through her background and her connection to her other hits show that it was not the case. Meanwhile, Slade continues to investigate on Darnell for Mike on whether he still has some connection with CSIS and Agent Mannering.|
|16||3||"Floral Tribute"||Philip Earnshaw||Greg Nelson||October 13, 2008 (2008-10-13)|
|ICS was on a routine anti-drug investigation until a new strain of heroin kills off several junkies. Mike leads the team in arresting a Kenyan drug dealer, said to be responsible for the smuggling when Slade discovers that the British government had been covering its tracks by having Charlotte Bates, an MI-6 agent, conduct wetworks in Canadian soil to ensure that that her government does not collapse until the smuggler's potential whistleblowing.|
|17||4||"Nothing to Declare"||Michael DeCarlo||Denis McGrath||October 20, 2008 (2008-10-20)|
|ICS investigates the rise of an ex-FLQ terrorist bomber, who had resurfaced with the letter to the Premier of Quebec. They trace the letter of a town called Hopkin's Hollow, divided between Canada and the United States. ICS agents must contend with the bomber, who had stayed hidden for decades, with bitter disputes over the town's border division.|
|18||5||"Peak Oil"||Eleanor Lindo||Sarah Dodd||October 27, 2008 (2008-10-27)|
|ICS investigates and detains an American eco-terrorist, only to discover covert corporate espionage was taking place in the Alberta oil industry with a corporate spy trying to obtain company secrets regarding an upcoming oil extraction-based technology for his employers.|
|19||6||"Prescriptive Measures"||Philip Earnshaw||David Barlow||November 3, 2008 (2008-11-03)|
|ICS investigates counterfeit pharmaceuticals that kill an American rock star by an anti-cancer drug called Peracine. ICS and LaGarda investigate the case to find out that the rock star icon was killed by contaminated ingredients in her medication.|
|20||7||"Articles of Faith"||Ken Girotti||Sarah Dodd||November 11, 2008 (2008-11-11)|
|A supposed interception of guns goes wrong when the accused links a border guard to his disowned Mormon family. Agent Liz Carver of Homeland Security joins up in the investigation when a girl from the same Mormon family disappears from custody.|
|21||8||"The Sweep"||T.W. Peacocke||Janet MacLean||November 17, 2008 (2008-11-17)|
|In an anti-illegal immigrant sweep throughout the Greater Toronto Area, Layla and Maggie discover two Filipino children brought to Canadian soil by child traffickers. ICS works with Carver to locate and hunt down the masterminds responsible for their abduction from the Philippines.|
|22||9||"Good Intentions"||Brett Sullivan||Greg Nelson & James Battiston||November 24, 2008 (2008-11-24)|
|When Al takes down an ex-Canadian Forces soldier and Afghan War veteran named Tom Kelvin, who had turned violent towards airport security at Toronto Pearson International Airport by using a taser, criticism begins to turn towards ICS until investigation revealed that he was being used as a drug mule to smuggle heroin into Canada.|
|23||10||"Double Dating"||Philip Earnshaw||David Barlow||December 1, 2008 (2008-12-01)|
|A Russian man is found frozen in a railway car. He turns out to be a former KGB agent with Russian mob connections. ICS investigates and works with an ex-Russian FSB sleeper agent James Kosick to investigate who's responsible for attempting to traffic Canadian diamonds overseas with African diamonds.|
|24||11||"Acceptable Risk"||John Fawcett||Sarah Dodd||December 8, 2008 (2008-12-08)|
|A Tamil man appears in Canadian soil to see the surgery of his son. However, the boy's neurosurgeon gets assassinated in a car bomb attack and ICS gets involved in preventing violence from the Tamil-Canadian community from escalating.|
|25||12||"Shifting Waters"||Brett Sullivan||Denis McGrath||December 15, 2008 (2008-12-15)|
|A Canadian submarine, the HMCS Hannover, gets into an accident after colliding with a Danish research ship. Kessler, Carver and ICS get involved in a web of complex politics between the US, Canada, Russia and Denmark over rescuing the trapped crewmen of the stranded submarine.|
|26||13||"Going Dark"||John Fawcett||Janet MacLean||December 22, 2008 (2008-12-22)|
|Gray gets threatened by American-based mobsters to assist them in smuggling their "goods" to Canada while he suffers from relationship problems from his superiors and from Liz. Layla and Dougie are taken hostage by the mobsters while a Trucott Solutions-led tactical team led by Mannering investigates the case with their manpower covertly.|
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