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.

Embassy Photo: Sam Garcia
Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney, centre, walks into the House public safety and national security committee to testify on Oct. 8.
Wayne Easter
Published: Wednesday, 10/29/2014 12:00 am EDT

Events in Ottawa and in Quebec this past week have brought into sharp focus the stark reality that domestic threats are both very real and very significant in Canada. Indeed, our national security may be at risk in ways that are not yet entirely clear.

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