He's been given a peace bond.
Public safety critic Randall Garrison says the legislation known as Bill C-51 severely compromised the privacy rights of Canadians.
Canada's new public safety minister also promised "more to come" on inquiry into missing and murdered women.
he committee asked Canada to provide answers to 24 separate questions about how it implements the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
The government's contentious Bill C-51, political audits of charites, and treatment of First Nations are among the agenda items.
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As the government's proposed anti-terror bill heads towards the legislative finish line, some of its more conservative-minded critics are warning Prime Minister Stephen Harper that its passage co...
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MONTREAL - A second Quebec man authorities fear will commit a terrorism offence has signed off on a peace bond that will severely restrict his movements and have him under tight surveillance for the n...
HALIFAX - The use of peace bonds in cases where police suspect someone will commit a terrorist offence has received little scrutiny over the years because the process has been rarely used and is shrou...
Bill C-51 is an omnibus anti-terrorism bill that grants CSIS new information sharing powers and converts CSIS from a covert intelligence gathering organization to a covert enforcement agency. Ms. Soapbox is here to offer four simple suggestions to keep you out of trouble when Stephen Harper's majority government finally passes this monstrous piece of legislation.
OTTAWA - The Conservative government's anti-terrorism bill contains "ill-considered" measures that will deprive Canadians of liberties without increasing their safety, the Canadian Bar Association say...
It is actually five bills rolled into one. Each part contains provisions I can only describe as dangerous. It is more than anti-terrorism, as the range of activities covered by a new and sweeping definition of "threats to the security of Canada" in the information sharing section of the bill covers far more than terrorism. It could plausibly cover just about anything, and certainly would cover those opposing pipelines and tankers.
The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke sent an open letter to Stephen Harper on Wednesday expressing concerns about how Bill C-51 may impact the ability of First Nations to defend and support Aboriginal rig...
OTTAWA — Muslims are often the scapegoats in political debates, NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair said Wednesday. “There is a vilification that is happening," Mulcair told reporters. "I have been doing federa...
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper is urging a House of Commons committee to study the government's anti-terror bill as quickly as possible, in spite of accusations the Conservatives are using the...