The House Public Safety Committee has been holding marathon hearings on the federal government’s controversial Anti-Terrorism Bill C-51. Last week, it heard from 36 witnesses over four days and in all, it heard from 48 witnesses in three weeks. Opposition MPs say the process is a sham and they’re absolutely right. Witness testimony has been rushed and MPs have not had the time to properly scrutinize the bill, let alone testimony. The amendments were due March 27 and clause-by-clause is due March 31.
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