WATCH: OpenMedia's Steve Anderson delivers your voices to Parliament against Secret Police Bill C-51

On Monday, our own Steve Anderson went to Ottawa to deliver thousands of Canadians' voices to a hearing on secret police Bill C-51. Watch the presentation and speak out at

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PressProgress: Conservative MP Michael Chong disagrees with government on C-51

Even some government MPs are speaking out about the lack of oversight on Canada's spy agencies in secret police Bill C-51. How about you - have you added your voice yet?

Video by PressProgress

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National Post: Canada's spying is out of control

We've got a problem.

Article by Christopher Parsons for The National Post

Canada has a spy problem.

Over the past year and a half, Canadians have learned a great deal about the activities of the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). CSE is responsible for spying on communications abroad, protecting some government systems, and helping other federal departments spy on Canadians. CSE and the federal government alike insist that Canadians are not “targeted” by our spies and assert that claims to the contrary are inaccurate or wrong. But CSE’s own rebuttals don’t hold water.

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We can stop C-51

Troubled by secret police Bill C-51? Here's a simple action you can take to be heard by decision-makers - write a letter to the editor today:

Stephen Harper’s Secret Police Bill C-51 is reckless, dangerous, and ineffective. 

Harper is trying to ram it through Parliament right now. 

Let’s each take a moment to spread the word in our communities by publishing a letter in local newspapers through this easy-to-use tool.

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