With Trudeau’s replacement for the controversial Anti-Terrorism Act (once called Bill C-51) closer to becoming law, Andrew Seal looks at the differences between the two, including surveillance tactics, review mechanisms and the no-fly list appeal process.
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Multimedia freelance journalist
Andrew Seal is a multimedia journalist interested in international affairs, politics, and cultural issues. His work has appeared in The Globe and Mail, CBC, and Yukon News. He holds a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia and was a fellow in the school's International Reporting Program.