Updated: A listener's guide to C-59
Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 3:21PM
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The Parliamentary process on bill C-59, the largest overhaul of Canadian national security law since 1984, is well underway.  You can find the proceedings in front of the House of Commons Standing Committee on National Security and Public Safety here.

Lots of people have written primers. Kent Roach and I did a basic early assessment here.  And I posted a meditation here. I have posted two "decision-tree" schematics, one on the new CSE powers and other on CSIS datasets.  The written notes to my committee appearance are here.

But for those following along with A Podcast Called INTREPID, Stephanie Carvin and I have been getting into the weeds. And we finally got through the whole bill! So here is a Listener's Guide to Bill C-59:

Hope some of this helps!

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