Even some Conservatives say the party’s Facebook post promoting its anti-terrorism bill, using an image of a Somali militant and a quote threatening an attack on the West Edmonton Mall, was over the top. But the ad may also be in violation of the very law the government is trying to implement.
Canadians will get a chance today to see the video Michael Zehaf Bibeau made last October before he killed a soldier at the National War Memorial and died in a hail of gunfire inside the Parliament Buildings.
The Department of National Defence says its response to a Military Police Complaints Commission inquiry into the suicide of an Afghanistan war veteran cannot be included in the commission’s final report. And the MPCC is asking the Federal Court to review the extremely rare decision.