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Impending National Security Legislation: A “New Road Map” to Update Canada’s National Security Framework

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Impending National Security Legislation: A “New Road Map” to Update Canada’s National Security Framework




By: Michael NesbittPDF Version: Impending National Security Legislation: A “New Road Map” to Update Canada’s National Security Framework Legislation Commented On: Anti-terrorism Act, 2015, SC 2015, c 20 Government Report Commented On: Protecting Canadians and their Rights: A New Road Map for Canada’s National Security, SECU Committee Report, May 2017, 42nd Parliament, 1st Session  Introduction/Overview At some point soon, possibly as early as Tuesday, June 20th, the government will table legislation that would make significant changes to Canada’s national security framework. It will do so, at least in part, to fulfill the Liberal Government’s election promise to respond to the Anti-terrorism Act, 2015, commonly known as Bill C-51. What the government might do or how broad the legislation might be is unknown at this point, though signs point to it being a fairly hefty legislative package. It’s also unknown whether the various issues that have been floated regarding amendments to Canada’s…



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