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Peace, order and good government, eh?: Doesn’t this mean the terrorists are winning?

Government defends security certificate process in high court submission

The federal government says suspected terrorists and spies detained under national security certificates do not have a right to full disclosure of information in the case against them.

That’s the lead paragraph for a story about the federal government’s submission in advance of a Supreme Court . . . → Read More: Peace, order and good government, eh?: Doesn’t this mean the terrorists are winning?

Peace, order and good government, eh?: It seemed like a good idea at the time

In February of 2008, then Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day renewed the security certificates on five men that CSIS deemed to be threats to national security. A Supreme Court decision in 2007 had forced the Harper government to revise the relevant legislation and reissue the certificates within a year. With the deadline approaching, it fell . . . → Read More: Peace, order and good government, eh?: It seemed like a good idea at the time