Tuesday, March 10, 2015

How the "Patriot Act" is becoming law in Canada under the guise of Bill C51

How the "Patriot Act" is becoming law in Canada under the guise of Bill C51


The USA PATRIOT Act is an Act of Congress that was signed into law by George W. Bush on October 26, 2001. Its title is a ten-letter backronym (USA PATRIOT) that stands for "Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001".  Wiki

Baird and Kerry at Cpl. Cirillo's Funeral........"We did it, must be the silent communication"
  • Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, who placed a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Ottawa on Tuesday. Kerry attended a ceremony in memory of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, who was killed by a gunman while standing on ceremonial guard duty at the National War Memorial last week.
  • Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State John 
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  • Kerry, who placed a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Ottawa on Tuesday. Kerry attended a ceremony in memory of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, who was killed by a gunman while standing on ceremonial guard duty at the National War Memorial last week. (Carolyn Kaster/Reuters)


  • Two women, one holding the hand of Marcus Cirillo, Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's son, who is wearing a Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders cap, hug outside the Markey-Dermody Funeral Home in Hamilton on Sunday.
  • Flowers are laid at a makeshift memorial that formed at the Canada Memorial, in Green Park, London, on Monday in memory of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent, two soldiers killed last week in Ottawa and in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que.
  • A nighttime vigil in tribute to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo formed by the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the National War Memorial, near where the 24-year-old reservist was gunned down, on Oct. 25.
  • Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders march in formation as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's body returns to his hometown of Hamilton on Oct. 24. Cirillo's family issued a statement Friday evening thanking Canadians for their support. A regimental funeral for Cirillo is scheduled for Tuesday. He will be buried in a field of honour at a Hamilton cemetery.
  • Firemen salute from the top of their truck as residents of Port Hope, Ont., alone the Highway 401, stand below them with flags on a bridge to honour Cpl. Nathan Cirillo as the motorcade and hearse carrying his body passes on its way to Hamilton on Oct. 24.
  • A Canadian soldier salutes the hearse carrying the body of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo as it makes its way along the Veterans Memorial Highway toward Cirillo's hometown of Hamilton on Friday.
  • Kathy Cirillo, the mother of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, follows pallbearers carrying her son's casket from a funeral home in Ottawa on Friday.
  • Workers from the St. Eugene Catholic Elementary School, where Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's son is enrolled, pay respects at a makeshift memorial outside the family home in Hamilton on Friday.
  • Floral tributes have piled up around the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
  • Gen. Tom Lawson, chief of the defence staff of the Canadian Armed Forces, arrives to pay his respects and to place a wreath at the National War Memorial on Thursday.
  • A dog peeks out from under a gate at the Cirillo family home in Hamilton, near flowers and flags that were left on Thursday. Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was a reservist with the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders based in Hamilton.
  • Members of Ottawa's Muslim community pay their respects at the National War Memorial on Thursday. Across the country. Canadian Muslim groups have condemned the two deadly attacks this week, saying the incidents have no connection to Islam or its beliefs.
  • A man pins a poppy to the Canadian flag as well-wishers place flowers and pay their respects to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo outside of the Lieutenant-Colonel John Weir Foote Armoury in Hamilton. Cirillo was on a short-term posting at the National War Memorial.
  • An emotional Bruce Heyman, the U.S. ambassador to Canada, visited the shrine in Hamilton Thursday morning. 'It's just so hard for the community and for Canada. I'm so proud of those that came to the corporal's side ... and I'm so proud of those who reacted in the community. We're all feeling it,' Heyman told reporters.
  • Flowers placed at the Yellowknife cenotaph pay tribute to the deaths of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo.
  • Prime Minister Stephen Harper and wife, Laureen, pay their respects on the perimeter of the crime scene at the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Thursday.
  • Ottawa police officers move flowers to an area in front of the National War Memorial, near Parliament Hill, where Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, was killed by a gunman on Oct. 22.
  • Speaker of the House of Commons Andrew Scheer follows Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers through the Hall of Honour during the Speaker's parade on Thursday. The opening proceedings are usually strictly off-limits to cameras, but in a rare event, the parade and ovation for Vickers were broadcast live.
  • NDP MP Nathan Cullen, left, looks on as Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers reacts to a long standing ovation in the Commons.
  • Prime Minister Stephen Harper hugs Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau, as Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers looks on in the House of Commons on Thursday. The House resumed with a moment of silence and a standing ovation for Vickers, who has been hailed as a hero in preventing further deaths in the Ottawa shootings.
  • Canada's New Democratic Party Leader Thomas Mulcair, centre, shakes hands with a police officer before laying a wreath.
  • Before the House opened, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau joined the prime minister and other MPs to lay flowers at the National War Memorial where Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was shot and killed.
  • A woman and girl leave after paying their respects at the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa on Thursday.
  • At military and government buildings around Canada, makeshift memorials were forming as flowers, notes, and tokens of thanks and remembrance are left in honour of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. Here, roses are left at a memorial at Mewata Armoury in Calgary.
  • Ontario NDP leader and Hamiltonian Andrea Horwath signs the flag that anchors the shrine to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at the Lieutenant-Colonel John Weir Foote Armoury in Hamilton on Thursday.
  • Flags on official Canadian buildings around the world, including the Canadian High Commission in London, were lowered to half-mast in honour of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo.
  • A Twitter account associated with the Canadian Embassy in Washington tweeted this picture Thursday morning of roses and a note, pledging 'thoughts and prayers' from 'your American neighbors,' using the hashtag 'friendsneighborsallies.'
  • The Canadian flag flies at half-mast at the Consulate General of Canada in New York City.
  • Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, who placed a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Ottawa on Tuesday. Kerry attended a ceremony in memory of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, who was killed by a gunman while standing on ceremonial guard duty at the National War Memorial last week. (Carolyn Kaster/Reuters)
  • The coffin of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo is carried by pallbearers during his regimental funeral service in his hometown of Hamilton on Tuesday. Thousands of service members, dignitaries and others lined the procession route in tribute to the 24-year-old reservist. (Nathan Denette/Reuters)
  • Hamilton police control the scene as people wait in line to sign the book of condolences before attending the public visitation for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at the Markey-Dermody Funeral Home in Hamilton on Oct. 27. (Peter Power/Canadian Press)
  • Two women, one holding the hand of Marcus Cirillo, Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's son, who is wearing a Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders cap, hug outside the Markey-Dermody Funeral Home in Hamilton on Sunday. (Peter Power/Canadian Press)
  • Flowers are laid at a makeshift memorial that formed at the Canada Memorial, in Green Park, London, on Monday in memory of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent, two soldiers killed last week in Ottawa and in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que. (Jeff Semple/CBC)
  • A nighttime vigil in tribute to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo formed by the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the National War Memorial, near where the 24-year-old reservist was gunned down, on Oct. 25. (Justin Tang/Canadian Press)
  • Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders march in formation as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's body returns to his hometown of Hamilton on Oct. 24. Cirillo's family issued a statement Friday evening thanking Canadians for their support. A regimental funeral for Cirillo is scheduled for Tuesday. He will be buried in a field of honour at a Hamilton cemetery. (Anderw Burton/Getty)
  • Firemen salute from the top of their truck as residents of Port Hope, Ont., alone the Highway 401, stand below them with flags on a bridge to honour Cpl. Nathan Cirillo as the motorcade and hearse carrying his body passes on its way to Hamilton on Oct. 24. (Fred Thornhill/Reuters)
  • A Canadian soldier salutes the hearse carrying the body of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo as it makes its way along the Veterans Memorial Highway toward Cirillo's hometown of Hamilton on Friday. (Patrick Doyle/Canadian Press)
  • Kathy Cirillo, the mother of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, follows pallbearers carrying her son's casket from a funeral home in Ottawa on Friday. (Chris Wattie/Reuters)
  • Workers from the St. Eugene Catholic Elementary School, where Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's son is enrolled, pay respects at a makeshift memorial outside the family home in Hamilton on Friday. (Mark Blinch/Reuters)
  • Floral tributes have piled up around the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. (Sean Kilpatrick/Associated Press)
  • Gen. Tom Lawson, chief of the defence staff of the Canadian Armed Forces, arrives to pay his respects and to place a wreath at the National War Memorial on Thursday. (Justin Tang/Canadian Press)
  • A dog peeks out from under a gate at the Cirillo family home in Hamilton, near flowers and flags that were left on Thursday. Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was a reservist with the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders based in Hamilton. (Peter Power/Canadian Press)
  • Members of Ottawa's Muslim community pay their respects at the National War Memorial on Thursday. Across the country. Canadian Muslim groups have condemned the two deadly attacks this week, saying the incidents have no connection to Islam or its beliefs. (Daniel Laprise/CBC )
  • A man pins a poppy to the Canadian flag as well-wishers place flowers and pay their respects to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo outside of the Lieutenant-Colonel John Weir Foote Armoury in Hamilton. Cirillo was on a short-term posting at the National War Memorial. (Peter Power/Canadian Press)
  • An emotional Bruce Heyman, the U.S. ambassador to Canada, visited the shrine in Hamilton Thursday morning. 'It's just so hard for the community and for Canada. I'm so proud of those that came to the corporal's side ... and I'm so proud of those who reacted in the community. We're all feeling it,' Heyman told reporters. (John Rieti/CBC)
  • Flowers placed at the Yellowknife cenotaph pay tribute to the deaths of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. (Alyssa Mosher/CBC)
  • Prime Minister Stephen Harper and wife, Laureen, pay their respects on the perimeter of the crime scene at the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Thursday. (Chris Wattie/Reuters)
  • Ottawa police officers move flowers to an area in front of the National War Memorial, near Parliament Hill, where Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, was killed by a gunman on Oct. 22. (Justin Tang/Canadian Press)
  • Speaker of the House of Commons Andrew Scheer follows Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers through the Hall of Honour during the Speaker's parade on Thursday. The opening proceedings are usually strictly off-limits to cameras, but in a rare event, the parade and ovation for Vickers were broadcast live. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)
  • NDP MP Nathan Cullen, left, looks on as Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers reacts to a long standing ovation in the Commons. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)
  • Prime Minister Stephen Harper hugs Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau, as Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers looks on in the House of Commons on Thursday. The House resumed with a moment of silence and a standing ovation for Vickers, who has been hailed as a hero in preventing further deaths in the Ottawa shootings. (Adrian Wyld/Associated Press)
  • Canada's New Democratic Party Leader Thomas Mulcair, centre, shakes hands with a police officer before laying a wreath. (Blair Gable/Reuters)
  • Before the House opened, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau joined the prime minister and other MPs to lay flowers at the National War Memorial where Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was shot and killed. (Blair Gable/Reuters)
  • A woman and girl leave after paying their respects at the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa on Thursday. (Blair Gable/Reuters)
  • At military and government buildings around Canada, makeshift memorials were forming as flowers, notes, and tokens of thanks and remembrance are left in honour of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. Here, roses are left at a memorial at Mewata Armoury in Calgary. (Justin Pennell/CBC)
  • Ontario NDP leader and Hamiltonian Andrea Horwath signs the flag that anchors the shrine to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at the Lieutenant-Colonel John Weir Foote Armoury in Hamilton on Thursday. (John Rieti/CBC)
  • Flags on official Canadian buildings around the world, including the Canadian High Commission in London, were lowered to half-mast in honour of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. (Jeff Semple/CBC)
  • A Twitter account associated with the Canadian Embassy in Washington tweeted this picture Thursday morning of roses and a note, pledging 'thoughts and prayers' from 'your American neighbors,' using the hashtag 'friendsneighborsallies.' (Connect2Canada/Twitter)
  • The Canadian flag flies at half-mast at the Consulate General of Canada in New York City. (Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images)
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