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A Preliminary Look at Bill C-59 and its Implications on Canadian Privacy Rights

By Natasha Anzik   The Liberals’ new national security legislation, Bill C-59, was tabled in the House of Commons on June 20th, 2017. The ten-part, 139-page legislation has taken a robust look at the current state of Canadian national security, proposing many changes and additions, but still leaves several gaps in the protection of Canadian … Read More

Bill C-23 leaves cross-border travelers vulnerable to Charter rights infringements

By Natasha Anzik Bill C-23, the Preclearance Act, was recently amended by the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security and passed to the Senate on June 21, 2017. The bill establishes many new preclearance areas in Canada to be staffed by U.S. officers in order to clear travelers through customs prior to crossing … Read More