Bill C-36 is now law
by Mark Bialkowski 6:07pm Tue Dec 18 '01
It's over. C-36 passed the Senate today, and received Royal Assent very quickly.
Canada's "anti-terrorism" legislation passed third reading in the Senate today on a party-line vote, 41-27 (Liberal-Conservative), with one abstention. Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson gave Royal Assent mere minutes after the bill passed.
I'll link to my previous item on the bill, preferably a working version from another IMC that was posted after I noticed a nasty HTML error... it contains links to the various pieces of anti-terrorism-related legislation and other useful info:
I don't know what to say. I just don't know.