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Scrums - March 10, 2015


Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney, New Democrat MPs Randall Garrison and Rosane Doré Lefevbre, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, and Justice Minister Peter MacKay discuss the first day of committee hearings on Bill C-51, the government's anti-terrorism legislation.

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau comments on issues such as his speech criticizing Conservative politics, Defence Minister Jason Kenney's misrepresentation of photos he posted on Twitter of Muslim women in chains, and Bill C-51.

MacKay and NDP defence critic Jack Harris react to the Military Police Complaints Commission's final report into the investigation of Cpl. Stuart Langridge's suicide.

NDP ethics critic Charlie Angus and Trudeau comment on the ethics commissioner's report on minister Diane Finley.


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