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Policy Briefing: International Security
The main U.S. entrance to the Detroit-Windsor border tunnel, pictured in 2013. The final stages of a border info-sharing system have been delayed two years. U.S. Customs and Border Protection photograph by Kris Grogan
New Democrats remain convinced that the best path forward is to repeal C-51 in full.
Government must allow security agencies to work without catering to politics and political correctness.
Critics and supporters of the bill are looking to shape how public consultations on changes unfold.
Despite budget promises, Liberals have established no clear cyber policy beyond following in the footsteps of the previous government, say opposition parties.
Feds will find a way to keep tabs on border agency beyond promised all-party committee, says the public safety minister.
The government needs to co-operate with the opposition, starting with its security oversight committee of Parliamentarians.
The Liberals are pledging to get rid of any sections that are dangerous. That’s pretty much the whole bill.

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