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J. Baglow | Canada is facing a democratic crisis. Where is everybody?
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Stuart Trew | Part one of yesterday's two-part committee hearing into the Anti-Terrorism Act 2015 (C-51) wrapped up with five of six witnesses opposing many aspects of the legislation.
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Stuart Trew | Last night's hearing into Bill C-51, omnibus anti-terrorism legislation, began as the morning's, with witnesses expressing their opposition to all or parts of it.
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Marc Zwelling | Harper insists the public supports his anti-terrorism policies, but there is a different story in the polls. So how should Harper's opponents take him on, using public opinion findings?
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Karl Nerenberg | Harper's anti-terrorism act presents threats to freedom of speech, and extends CSIS powers beyond simple surveillance.
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Pro Bono, Shelina Ali | Bill C‑44 is a systematic attempt by the Harper government to circumvent the limits Canadian courts have placed on its investigative and surveillance powers, through legislative amendments.
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Linda McQuaig | Stephen Harper insisted last week that we will not be intimidated by terrorism. He then did everything he could to ensure we will be intimidated by terrorism.
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Duncan Cameron | The never-ending war on terror launched by an American president has inspired the Conservatives and their supporters. That way lies fear as the source of public policy decisions.
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Sana Malik | Harper has sought to strengthen ties and relations with David Cameron, celebrating the "similar values" they share. His speech Thursday to the British Parliament comes at an opportune time.