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“Bill C-51, the government’s proposed anti-terrorism law, has passed second reading in the House of Commons with a vote of 176-87 and will now be sent to committee.” CBC News Posted: Feb 23, 2015 7:53 PM ET
Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada have crossed the final line in re-election politics.
The privacy, security and everyday lives of Canadians is NOT a
re-election chip to be played haphazardly. Parliament MUST recognize
that Bill C-51 is NOT in the best interests of Canada or her citizens.
Strike it down.
You can find a pre-written letter outlining our concerns below (which
of course, feel free to customize). You can sign the petition (without
having to give your full address) and leave a comment explaining what’s
concerning you about Bill C-51, or the actions displayed by the Cdn.
Gov’t in general.
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Names, Party Affiliation, Riding and Contact Information of all 176 MPs who voted YES to Bill C-51 as of February 23rd, 2015.
(Give them HELL the Canadian Way; Write a bunch of angry letters):
Find your MP via your Postal Code Here:
What Bill C-51 can mean for Canadians:
Follow Bill C-51’s progress in Parliament at:
Bill C-51 as of January 30th, 2015:
Open Letter penned by over 100 Academics on Bill C-51:
News articles reporting, following and analyzing the Bill:
Report on Open Letter to Cdn. Gov’t by 100 Academics.
Report on Bill C-51 passing SECOND READING in 176-87 landslide vote.
Highlight of key implementations by Bill C-51.
Critique of Bill C-51 Defying Legal Precedent on Security Certificates.
Critique of Bill C-51 Benefiting only the Wealthy.
Huffington Post Canada
Critique of Bill C-51 making it Easier to Throw Canadians in Jail.
The Toronto Star
Report on Harper Cons AVOIDING Expert Testimony (Backpeddled since)
Critique of Bill C-51 Degrading Privacy Rights of Canadians.
Report on Introduction of Bill C-51 to Canadian Politics (#cdnpoli)
The National Post
Report on the same open letter to Cdn. Gov’t. regarding Bill C-51
Critique of Bill C-51 Asking Judiciary Warrants to Authorize instead of Prevent Charter Violations.
Critique of Bill C-51 Undermining Canada’s Anti-Terrorism Strategy.
Critique of Bill C-51 expressing symptoms of Totalitarianism.
Global Research Canada
Critique of Bill C-51 targeting activists (like us) as terrorists.