Stephanie and Craig are honoured to welcome to the show Ralph Goodale, the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness in our latest “podsight”.
Stephanie and Craig are back, discussing (among other things) how bill C-59 will come into force, when (not if!) it becomes law.
Stephanie and Craig sat down with Michael Nesbitt, Leah West and Jess Davis (all founding editors of “A Blog Called INTREPID) while all were at the University of Toronto for an anti-terrorism conference. Recorded in the wood-paneled drawing room of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law (complete with echo and people arriving for work treading on squeaky floors), our group offers up their thoughts on the top priorities in national security law and policy reform for the next year, after the federal election.
Sophie Beecher, Director, Intelligence Policy, National Security Policy Directorate, Public Safety Canada joins Stephanie and Craig to walk through the Security of Canada Information Sharing Sharing Act (SCISA). SCISA was amongst the most controversial features of bill C-51 (2015). What changes does C-59 add to revamp the balance between security and privacy?
This is the INTREPID deep-dive on the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians, which last week issued its first (very substantive) annual report. Stephanie and Craig are honoured to welcome to INTREPID the NSICoP’s Chair, David McGuinty, and its Executive Director, Rennie Marcoux.