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It is now almost a pattern: every time we, as a human right organization or activist, write to government agencies inquiring about cases of Canadians detained abroad or of Canadians subject to abuse or possible discrimination, the governmental response will certainly contain somehow the issue of "privacy."
A mother who lost her two sons in a Cape Breton car crash doesn't agree with the change.
OTTAWA — Canada's privacy watchdog has shot a big hole in one of the Conservative government's main arguments for destroying the records compiled by the long-gun registry. Jennifer Stoddart said Tuesd...
THE CANADIAN PRESS -- MONTREAL - The federal government says it won't offer any help to provinces thinking of creating their own long-gun registry, whether in the form of cash or even records from the...