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We still don’t have the right balance between security and civil rights

The Liberals campaigned on a promise to fix the “problematic” aspects of Bill C-51 – which passed into law as the Anti-Terrorism Act, 2015 last year – but have yet to close the deal. As the Oct. 22 two-year anniversary of the tragic shooting of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo looms, concerns regarding the act, and accountability, remain.

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