Currently the law that will effectively remove our civil rights that are supposed to be guaranteed by the Canadian Bill of Rights and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is before the Senate, where it seems to be getting better presented than it was in the House of Commons Parliamentary committee.
It appears that Liberal Senators are planning to vote against it, so there may yet be hope for Canadian Civil Rights. You can follow the progress of the bill (as you can any Canadian legislation) at LegisInfo.
Leadnow has a nifty online tool to make it easy to write to your senator to let them know where you stand on Bill C-51.
The Senate has served as a rubber stamp for the house of Commons for so long that it’s hard to even imagine that it might provide sober second thought. But maybe it will.