Letters: Reckless secret-police Bill C-51 tramples on freedoms

Dear Editor,

So-called government thinks humans are still sleeping. 

We are on to their tactics, and are sick and tired of them trying to take our freedom away. It will not work, the old ways of doing things is done. The whole planet is shifting to a new, better, and healthier way of doing things for all.

Are our MP’s still asleep, or are they paid off? Bill C-51 is a reckless, dangerous, and ineffective bill. They have no right to trample on innocent citizens’ freedoms. The bill is totally unacceptable.

I encourage Canadians to learn more about how we can work together to stop Secret Police Bill C-51 at: StopC51.ca.

Maureen Jurovich, Langley

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