Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale on government plans for Bill C-51

The Liberal government has promised to revisit Bill C-51, the previous government's controversial anti-terror legislation. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale joins us to share what kind of amendments the Liberals have in mind.
Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale says parliamentary oversight of national security may not be enough. (Fred Chartrand/Canadian Press)

Bill C-51, the so-called anti-terrorism bill passed last June, has some people worried about the new powers the legislation gives to intelligence officers and law enforcement - including an expanded no-fly list. 

​The Liberal government says it will review Bill C-51 to determine if parts of it need to be amended. 

Canada's Minister of Public SafetyRalph Goodale joined Anna Maria to explain what changes may be coming.

This segment was produced by The Current's John Chipman.