Canada’s national security agencies too secretive, experts tell Senate Open Caucus
'In Canada, security is never part of federal elections, so this might be a good and unexpected outcome of our discussion around Bill C-51, however flawed the bill is and will prove to be,' says University of Ottawa professor Wesley Wark.
Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney is responsible for Bill C-51, the Anti-Terrorism Act. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
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