Counter Terrorism « Canadian Civil Liberties Association

By: Ccla  09-12-2011

This op-ed was originally published on September 6, 2011 on

Canadians have an opportunity to reflect on how the 9/11 terrorist attacks ten years ago, changed our country.

Prior to the attacks, we demonstrated a high level of commitment to certain core values — rule of law, due process, equality, habeas corpus, presumption of innocence, and [..]

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