Anti-Terrorism Act

Today, the political landscape has changed. We have a government that promised to conduct public hearings on several issues and to listen attentively to the demands of the population. Nevertheless, when it comes to solid gestures and courageous actions, there seems no political appetite to tackle Bill C-51.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Canadian Journalists for Free Expression are asking Ontario's Superior Court
CSIS and the RCMP have a history of turf wars and limited communication.
The constitutional lawyer who torpedoed Stephen Harper's pick for the Supreme Court says he will contest the government's
The Conservatives are pushing to devote just three meetings to hearing expert testimony on the government's proposed anti
Critics ranging from Jean Chretien to Edward Snowden and Glenn Greenwald all urge caution when it comes to Bill C-51.
The legal threshold for police to obtain a warrant to arrest individuals who have committed no crimes would be lowered. Canadians could be held in custody for up to seven days without charges. Bill C-51's gives powers of "preventive detention," which means jail time for individuals even when there isn't any suspicion criminal activity has taken place.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden addressed students at a Toronto private school via video link on Monday to warn about the
It is not my intention to compare the actions of Dr. Norman Bethune with jihadists fighting for ISIS. My point is that these radicalized jihadists may at some point in the future come to be recognized in Canada and around the world as humanitarian heroes rather than as terrorists.
The Harper government wants to hide all of its secrets. A Canadian Press reported noticed a troubling policy detail buried in the feds' legislative bulletin that would dramatically expand the number of current and former federal government employees under a lifetime gag order, potentially curbing the right to free expression of thousands of Canadians.