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Revue Politique - February 18, 2015


The Harper government has launched the debate on its new anti-terror Bill C-51. NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair explains all the reasons why his party will not support the legislation. Former senior intelligence officer and senior manager with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Michel Juneau-Katsuya analyzes the flaws of the Bill. Pierre Donais welcomes the following MPs to discuss this issue: Jacques Gourde (Conservative Party), Rosane Doré Lefebvre (NDP), and Emmanuel Dubourg (Liberal Party). The 2015 Conference of Defence Associations takes place on February 19, in Ottawa. Co-author of the Strategic Outlook for Canada 2015 document, Ferry de Kerckhove sets forth the main points.



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About Pierre Donais

About Pierre Donais

LL.L, LL.M
Drawing on four decades of radio and TV experience, Pierre has a reputation for being as personable as he is astute. He joined CPAC in 2003 to host Revue Politique, a nightly review of the day’s politics for Francophone viewers. He also delves into the personal with guests on Tête à Tête. A former anchor and journalist at TQS and Télémédia CIMF-FM in Outaouais, Pierre also served as radio host and station manager. He has recently completed his Master’s degree in law at the University of Ottawa.

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