Why the former CSIS director says the Liberals shouldn’t touch Bill C-51

The former director of Canada’s Security Intelligence Service says Bill C-51 should remain untouched. He does, however, support the government’s plan to re-examine the controversial piece of anti-terror legislation.

“I would leave it as it is, but as a Canadian, I’m glad the government’s carrying through on its promise to review things,” Richard Fadden told the West Block’s Tom Clark this weekend.

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