Categories: Civil Liberties, Criminal Law, Government, Privacy, Social Conflict
From: False Security
Review of the historical and political context of the enactment of Bill C-51, the Anti-terrorism Act, 2015, and overview of its perceived shortcomings.
Craig Forcese teaches national security law at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law and is an executive member of the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society.
Kent Roach teaches anti-terrorism law at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law and was the director of research (legal studies) of the 2006–2010 Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182.