The Canadian Press

2015-07-21 | Terror RCMP CSIS

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The Mounties say they're concerned the government's new anti-terrorism legislation might hurt -- not help -- their security efforts overseas. Canadian Press reporter Terry Pedwell says that comes from internal RCMP briefing notes that warn about the new powers given to the Canadian Security Intelligence Service to disrupt threats. (University of Ottawa law professor Craig Forcese (for-SEEZ') says the newly disclosed notes underscore the need for a federal security czar to oversee and direct the anti-terrorism activities of Canadian agencies that might otherwise trip over one another.)

Date: 2015-07-21
Placeline: OTTAWA.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 21 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << is the note say that under Bill c-51 which is now law of there will be additional pressure on the mounties to coordinate with the Kennedy and Spy Service so criminal investigations are not negatively affected the RCMP briefing documents Warren the new powers given to ceases to disrupt threats could inadvertently jeopardize existing relationships the mounties of fostered overtime >>


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