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The House of Commons will vote Tuesday on whether to renew two controversial anti-terror measures that provide special arrest and investigative powers.
While the Conservative government wants to see the laws extended for a three-year period, Liberal deputy leader Michael Ignatieff believes it is time to look past them, arguing the legislation has a built-in with a sunset for a reason.
Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion has said that giving only 24 hours to submit a list of about 50 recommendations before the vote is a joke.