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Karl Nerenberg | The Senate passed anti-terror Bill C-51 on Tuesday evening. The upper house thus failed to grab the opportunity to act as a chamber of 'sober second thought.'
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Victoria Fenner | Speeches from Toronto's Bill C-51 Day of Action.
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Stuart Trew | The CCPA will be contributing to the important debate on C-51 through a compendium of the hearings -- the testimony presented and the response of government and opposition MPs.
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Heather Morgan | Is it a coincidence the Harper government has brought in Bill C-51 now? No it is not. And, it further identifies that we need to get off the Harper path.
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Karl Nerenberg | Canada's Privacy Commissioner, Daniel Therrien, has sent a letter to the House Committee studying Bill C-51 saying it is far too broad and sweeping.
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Karl Nerenberg | The RCMP Commissioner shared the video recorded by the October 22 shooter with a House Committee, and answered questions about the adequacy of current anti-terrorist laws and police resources.
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Karl Nerenberg | Much of the media has tended to reduce the opposition critique of Bill C-51 to one thing: the need for better oversight. But all opposition parties, including the Liberals, share many other concerns.
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Karl Nerenberg | The NDP's Mulcair says the overly broad wording of Bill C-51 threatens the right of peaceful protest and dissent. The Liberals' Trudeau agrees, but his party will vote for C-51 anyway.
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Karl Nerenberg | Debate begins soon on Bill C-51. The Liberals have said they will vote for it, despite some concern. But if there is to be any serious challenge to the bill's many flaws it will fall to the NDP.
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J. Baglow | They were planning an attack on the public -- a mass murder. But one mustn't call it terrorism.
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Jessica Prupas | A roundup of the highlights from the Blogs this week