February 14, 1994 (35th Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

Morris Bodnar

Liberal

Mr. Morris Bodnar (Saskatoon-Dundurn)

Mr. Speaker, I congratulate the hon. member on his speech. It was clear and certainly put his point across.
I would like to ask him two question with respect to points he raised. He is concerned that police may not be protected sufficiently by the proposed legislation and made a reference to consultation not being adequate or at all. My first question of two is whether the member is aware that there has been considerable consultation with the provinces and with different police groups within the last year with respect to this legislation?
Second, the hon. member criticized the proposed legislation and commented that there should be a requirement for an increased degree of latitude for police officers, et cetera, but he made no concrete suggestion as to what changes should be made in the proposed legislation. What changes would the hon. member make to the legislation that is being proposed?

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Code
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