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| June 21, 2016

Bill C-51 should be repealed, not amended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)
| January 26, 2016

Vancouver police won't say if they can spy on cellphones

December 2, 2015
| The Vancouver police refuses to confirm or deny that they have the StingRay, a surveillance device that mimics a cellphone tower to gain access to all cellphones in the area.
Length: 13:13 minutes (12.11 MB)
| November 10, 2015
| May 6, 2015
| April 27, 2015
Photo by Sam Beebe via Flickr
| March 30, 2015
| March 16, 2015

Exclusive: Chris Hedges on Bill C-51 and the corporate state

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This weekend, protests were held in communities across Canada to protest Bill C-51, a bill that would increase powers for CSIS.



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