The heads of Canada’s national police force the RCMP, the spy agency CSIS, and the electronics gathering agency CSE testified Monday (April 20) at a hearing of the Senate’s National Security and Defence Committee examining the Canadian government’s proposed, and controversial, anti-terrorism act, Bill C-51.
All three outlined their respective roles, and all underlined the serious terrorist threat that faced Canada.
RCI’s Wojtek Gwiazda has a report.Listen
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CTV News – Terror fight hampering work on other criminal files: senior Mountie – here
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