Goodale to consult MPs, Senators in closed-door meeting on anti-terror law
Bill C-51 received royal assent in June of last year. The NDP voted against it but the Liberals supported it. Then-third party leader Justin Trudeau said at the time that if his party won the election, they would make amendments.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale will hold a consultation meeting with Liberal MPs in the coming days on how to improve the Stephen Harper government’s so-called anti-terror legislation C-51, that Parliament passed last year. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright