Delete provisions that would:
— Create a new offence of promoting terrorism.
— Lower the threshold for preventative detention.
— Give the Canadian Security Intelligence Service new disruption powers.
Add provisions that would:
— Restore the position of inspector general of CSIS, a watchdog abolished three years ago.
— Create a committee to develop best means of parliamentary oversight.
— Create a community outreach and deradicalization co-ordinator.
— Ensure a legislative review within 30 months.
— Allow elements of the law to expire after three years, unless Parliament decides to renew them.
Limit the bill's scope by narrowing:
— Information-sharing provisions to cover only terrorism.
— Grounds for placing someone on a no-fly list and providing a better appeal process.
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