Senators look for tweaks to national security bill
By Charelle EvelynMay. 1, 2019
The Senate’s Conservative whip says his party isn’t interested in obstructing Bill C-59 as it moves through the Red Chamber.
Independent Senator Marc Gold is sponsoring Bill C-59 in the Senate, and says there may be middle ground on a controversial proposed change to the Criminal Code. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Senators are looking at ways to change the Liberals’ landmark national security reform bill, but it won’t get a particularly rough ride, says the opposition Conservative group.
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