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International, Politics

New directives prevent Canadian government from using or sharing information gained by torture

The government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has issued new directives that restrict Canadian soldiers, diplomats and the country’s electronic spy agency from using or sharing information gained under torture. The Liberal government, however, has made an exception in cases »

International, Society

Canada revises directives on information gained by torture overseas

In a partial reversal of previous policy, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government has issued new directives that limit–but don’t totally forbid–Canadian security agencies from using information that was likely obtained through torture overseas. Previous directives allosed international exchanges of »