BILL C-51 AND NO FLY-LISTS: STILL TOO DANGEROUS TO FLY YET TOO INNOCENT TO ARREST

Part Two of the Government’s Anti-Terrorism legislation (C-51) comprises the Secure Air Travel Act (SATA), which formalizes the rules for the operation of Canada’s no-fly list (or the Specified Persons List).  It has not yet received much analysis in comparison with the more controversial  provisions on the new powers for CSIS, and the expansion of the information-sharing provisions, both superbly covered in …