Canada’s legacy of anti-terror panic has come home to roost with Bill C-51

Bill C-51, or the Anti-Terrorism Act (2015), is not the beginning of the atmosphere of fear and anxiety around national security in Canada. This act is connected to a larger history of domestic espionage that came to explicitly target activists as national security threats.

http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/kyle-curlew/2016/11/canadas-legacy-anti-terror-panic-has-come-home-to-roost-bill-c-51

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