ANTI-TERRORISM

What should be done about C-51?

C-51 provides needed amendments to what these agencies can already do and will be a necessary aid once minor changes are made. This is not the time to throw out legislation that addresses a very real threat and does so in a reasonable way.

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, pictured in this file photo. Canadians expect their security and law enforcement institutions to keep them safe, stop citizens from joining violent extremist groups, and prevent terrorist acts on Canadian soil, writes Phil Gurski. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By PHIL GURSKI

PUBLISHED : Monday, May 16, 2016 12:00 AM

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