Existing laws must be fully enforced

Before moving to change laws or pass new ones, the government should explain why current Criminal Code provisions haven’t been used to their fullest extent.

Time to establish an effective intelligence oversight committee

It is absolutely essential that Parliament, on behalf of Canada’s citizens, have a full appreciation of what intelligence agencies are doing.

Gauging the EU deal’s ‘net benefit’

Canadians, and the House trade committee, need more information to make their own assessment on the deal—but the government is not forthcoming.

Working to level the global playing field

Canada is a trading nation. This fact is especially relevant regarding our agriculture commodities. As a nation, we are more dependent on exports than most of our competitors, which makes trade negotiations crucial not only for such sectors as agriculture, but also, importantly, to our economic prosperity.

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