OTTAWA—After much delay, the Trudeau government introduced legislation in the House of Commons last Tuesday that contains a significant overhaul on how this country’s security intelligence community operates. Bill C-59, the National Security Act 2017, is wide-ranging in scope and seeks to address some of the concerns Canadians raised over the previous Harper government’s C-51, passed in the wake of back-to-back terrorist attacks in October 2014.
By Schneider Electric’s Secure Power Division - Canada
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