Canada’s national security overhaul will clip aspects of the controversial anti-terror bill, but leaves other sections completely untouched
The Trudeau government is expected to introduce its national security overhaul before leaving for the summer.
Clarifying the language around consent and improving rape shield laws will help the victims of sexual assault, the government says
The heads of the CSIS and the RCMP are heading off into the sunset just as the Trudeau government prepares for national security overhaul
From marijuana legalization to overhauling C-51 and kickstarting the economy, the Canadian prime minister has a lot of work to do in 2017
Justin Trudeau promised big changes to Canada’s spying powers. But civil liberties groups worry he’s heading in the wrong direction
CSIS kept its spy program a secret from the courts, but ministers knew.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has accused him of traveling to Turkey in 2014 to join Jabhat al Nusra, a branch of al Qaeda located in Syria.
Following a two-year investigation, the RCMP anti-terror unit is accusing 23-year-old Kevin Omar Mohamed, of traveling to Turkey in April 2014 to join jihadist group Jabhat al Nusra, the Syrian branch of al Qaeda.
Aaron Driver agreed to new court orders on Tuesday, despite never being convicted of a crime — or even charged with one.
Daniel Therrien, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, looked at three pieces of legislation that “taken together, these initiatives have resulted in what can only be described as a sea change for privacy rights in Canada.”