The Canadian Press

2015-01-30 | Terror Bill

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The Conservative government introduced new legislation today that it says will help stop terrorist attacks on Canadian soil by expanding the authorities available to security agencies. But Liberal public safety critic Wayne Easter questions whether the new measures are necessary. (The bill gives Canada's spy agency and the RCMP broader powers to thwart and deter potential terrorist attacks, including the ability to interfere with websites, stop travel plans and cut-off bank accounts.)

Date: 2015-01-30
Placeline: OTTAWA.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 19 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << in terms of the additional powers that are in this legislation as they indicated we will be reviewing it to see how far they go and question the various authorities and why what's in place hasn't been used and are these additional Powers absolutely necessary for the National Security Agency to do their job >>