Craig Forcese is trying to pull the curtain on national security law.
After adopting a few of its own tweaks, but rejecting every other proposed change, the Conservatives are set to ignore the haters and pass C-51 virtually as-is.
An exclusive VICE poll says Canadians are changing their minds about C-51, a new anti-terrorism bill.
Bill C-51 "challenges citizens' right to dissent and reaches way beyond its mandate, which is to fight against terrorist threat."
While Thomas Mulcair promises to go to the mat, Justin Trudeau sits on the sidelines.