Bill C-51: Why You Should Care

Winding Widdershins

You’ve probably heard that people are up in arms about the proposed C-51 anti-terror bill and wondering why.  I mean, how can fighting terrorism be a bad thing? Well, it’s not, but the problem is that C-51 has a pretty broad definition of what constitutes terrorism, and gives some pretty sweeping powers to government agencies that could be easily abused.

Six Things Protesters Need to Know About Bill C-51

Want to get involved?  Saturday March 14 there will be protests in many of Canada’s major cities against Bill C-51.  Find the closest one to you:

Bill C-51 Protests in Canada: Saturday March 14

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~ by Sable Aradia on March 12, 2015.

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