CSIS isn’t the decision-maker, Trudeau tells inquiry

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau laid out the differences between the thresholds to take action in the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act and the Emergencies Act, as he defended his government’s decision to invoke the Emergencies Act in February. National security experts Stephanie Carvin and Leah West weigh in on the prime minister’s reasoning and the key takeaways from his seven-hour-long testimony at the Public Order Emergency Commission.

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