CSIS’s new powers: How the new legislation will affect security agencies

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The federal government has unveiled security legislation that has faced criticism for expanding the powers of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service without added public oversight.

Here’s a breakdown of what the new powers will allow and how the legislation will affect Canada’s spy and security services.

This content has been updated on 15 June 2015 at 13 h 06 min.