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| July 21, 2016
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Victory: Jaballah secret trial security certificate found unreasonable

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Bill C-51 should be repealed, not amended

March 5, 2016
| Last June, the Harper government passed the Anti-Terrorism Act, expanding the mandate of CSIS and making it easier for government agencies to share information about Canadians.
Length: 12:06 minutes (11.09 MB)
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Updates on Line 9 pipeline and Bill C-51

February 29, 2016
| The week's top news headlines, followed by David Gray-Donald with an update on Line 9 and Matt Currie with an update on C-51, post Harper.
Length: 55:17 minutes (50.62 MB)
| February 26, 2016
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The God that fails: C-51, review committees and the dangers of window dressing

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| January 14, 2016

No to surveillance: Unions push Liberals to repeal Bill C-51

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Labour groups continue to urge the federal government to take action on Bill C-51, which was passed in June and remains in place. The law vastly expands government surveillance, provides new powers to the police and CSIS and may criminalize ordinary political activity.

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