C-51 ‘extremely dangerous’ bill

Bill-C51 It takes away our right to free speech, and breaches many of our other rights, says letter writer.

To the Editor,

Re: Dr. James Lunney, MP for Nanaimo-Alberni and the federal Conservatives’ proposed Bill C-51.

This is an extremely dangerous bill that is being passed. It is too vague and open, virtually making everyone a “terrorist”. There is no watch dog on the secret police or CSIS, allowing them to do illegal searches, illegal break-ins of every citizen of this country.

It takes away our right to free speech, and breaches many of our other rights.

When four previous prime ministers have raise the alarm, as well as senior justices, then it is time to eliminate what lacks common sense or logic.

This bill does not make citizens any safer. We urge James Lunney to do the right thing, and vote against this.

I encourage Canadians to learn more about how we can work together to stop Secret Police Bill C-51 at the website StopC51.ca

Dan Cebuliak,

Port Alberni

Editor’s note: The AV News received several similar letters as part of an organized letter-writing campaign.