Bill C 10 Crime Bill

Bill C-10 Will Finally Punish Terrorists AND Their State Sponsors

Sheryl Saperia | Posted 05.06.2012 | Canada
Sheryl Saperia

By adopting the Lockerbie Amendments, the Senate filled a significant gap in the proposed law and should be commended. Previously, if a government planned for mass murder on a plane it would be immune if the atrocity was committed through its own officials rather than a listed terrorist entity.

Quebec Senators United Against C-10

Celine Hervieux-Payette | Posted 04.30.2012 | Canada Politics
Celine Hervieux-Payette

Here in Quebec, we have an original approach to youth crime that works. In 2010, the severity of youth crime in Quebec was the lowest in Canada, proof that we are not "soft" on crime but rather that we are smart and "tough" on its root causes. But now the Harper government wants to ignore the evidence and change that approach.

Tackle, Don't Shackle, the Crime Problem

Sen. Art Eggleton | Posted 04.30.2012 | Canada Politics
Sen. Art Eggleton

The Conservative government's new crime bill, Bill C-10, is likely to be voted on in the Senate this week. The legislation is misguided, ill- advised, will cost billions, and goes against what other jurisdictions have learned. The goal of the government should be to help, not shackle, its citizens