Canada's Official Opposition NDP party continues to raise questions about the government's proposed anti-terrorism legislation, Bill C-51.
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More questions about C-51, Canada’s proposed anti-terrorism bill

Canada’s Official Opposition NDP party continiued to hammer away at the ruling Conservatives over their proposed anti-terrorism legislation, Bill C-51. On Friday (February 27), on the last day before a week-long break, MPs questioned the government over the need for an in-depth examination of the legislation, as well as calling enough witnesses before the Commons Public Safety Committee.

RCI’s Wojtek Gwiazda has a report.


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