Law Union of Ontario’s Brief to the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security on Bill C-51

Click here┬áto read the Law Union’s Working Group on National Security’s brief to the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security on Bill C-51.

The Law Union of Ontario has a long history of engaging national security issues, practices and legislation, dating back to our inception in 1974 including making submissions to the McDonald Commission in 1978, the Senate Committee examining the original CSIS bill in 1983, the House Special Committee reviewing the CSIS Act and the new Security Offences Act in 1990, the House Sub-Committee on Public Safety and National Security in 2005 and the House Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security in 2013 on Bill S-7 to re-introduce preventative arrest and investigative hearings for terrorism offences.

The brief on Bill C-51 can be viewed here.

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