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C-51: Crowdsourced report aims to stop Canada’s slide into ‘surveillance society’

Canada at a ‘tipping point,’ privacy advocates warn By Kady O’Malley, CBC | Posted: May 20, 2015 With the [Canadian] government’s controversial proposed anti-terror law set to be passed into law within weeks, some of Bill C-51’s most outspoken critics are … Continue reading

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Sad Day For Canada – Bill C-51 Adopted By House Of Commons, Set To Become Law

With the support of the federal Liberals, the Canadian Conservative government’s controversial anti-terror legislation, Bill C-51, passed the House of Commons on Wednesday by a vote of 183 to 96. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau (who had asked Liberal MPs to … Continue reading

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