OTTAWA – The Liberal government finally introduced its long-awaited new national security legislation Tuesday. Some quotes: “Canadians expect their governments to do two things: protect our communities and uphold our rights and freedoms. Getting that balance right has always been the focus of the Liberal party, and that’s exactly what we’re focusing on doing in […]

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