Tightened Definition of Criminal Terrorism Speech in Bill C-59

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By Brian Platt

To make it easier to charge those promoting terrorism, Goodale says

As the government faces pressure over why it isn’t prosecuting more suspected terrorists who have returned from fighting overseas, Canada’s public safety minister says its new security legislation will at least make it easier to charge someone for promoting acts of terrorism.

On November 30 MPs started their study of Bill C-59, a massive bill that scales back some of the controversial national security legislation, known as Bill C-51, passed by the previous Conservative government in 2015.

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JULY 2018

Vol. 12 - No. 12


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