Despite the opposition of hundreds of thousands of Canadians, the Anti-terrorism Act, 2015, (formerly, Bill C-51) was passed in 2015 with little public consultation or consideration of its impact.
Bill C-51 violates the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and has disturbing implications for free speech, privacy and civil liberties. This dangerous legislation has been widely criticized by experts and Canadians across the country as being reckless, dangerous and ineffective. It can and does affect all Canadians, every day.
Bill C-51 must be repealed and our national security framework must be reformed.
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