Friday, June 23, 2017


What the sweeping new security legislation tabled this week does, in fact, is limit the supposedly rule-bending powers allowed by the previous Stephen Harper government that permitted Canada’s spy and protection agencies to proactively massage boundaries to disrupt terrorist plots while still in their infancy.
But what does one expect from a soft-bellied progressive government that refuses to negate the Canadian citizenship of dual-nationals born elsewhere who are convicted of terrorism?

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