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37th Parliament, 1st Session
January 29, 2001 - September 16, 2002
Text of the Bill
C-36
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Official Secrets Act, the Canada Evidence Act, the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) Act and other Acts, and to enact measures respecting the registration of charities in order to combat terrorism
Short Title
Anti-terrorism Act
Statute of Canada
2001, c. 41
Last Stage Completed
Royal Assent (2001-12-18)
Progress: Royal Assent
 
Further Reading
Reading List
  • 9/11: the day the world changed. Sears, Robin V. Policy options, 27:13-17, Sept. 2006
  • A note on the terrorism financing offences in Bill C-36. Machado, Eunice. University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review, 60:103-114, Winter 2002
  • Amending the Access to Information Act : does national security require proposed amendments of Bill C-36?. McMahon, Patricia. University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review, 60:89-101, Winter 2002
  • America and the new terrorism. Simon, Steven and Daniel Benjamin. Survival, 42:59-75, Spring 2000
  • Analytic models and policy prescription : understanding recent innovation in U.S. counterterrorism. Falkenrath, Richard A. Studies in conflict and terrorism, 24:159-81, May/June 2001
  • Anti-terrorism, the Charter, and international law. Conte, Alex. Review of constitutional studies, 11:281-315, no. 2 2006
  • Avoiding myths and challenging Minister of Justice Cotler to undo the injustices of our anti-terrorism laws. Stuart, Don. Criminal law quarterly, 51:11-26, Dec. 2005
  • Backlash : terrorism and civil liberties. Small, Doug. National, 10:15-18, 24, Dec. 2001
  • Bill C-36, hate, the Internet and Internet service providers.. Symons, Elisabeth. Information and technology: recent developments for professionals., 6: 10-11, May 2002
  • Border crackdown: the arrest of suspected terrorists crossing from Canada increases pressure for tighter controls at U.S. entry points. Philips, Andrew. Maclean, 113:22-4, Jan. 10, 2000
  • Counterterrorism and the Constitution. Dempsey, James X. Current history, 99:164-8, Apr. 2000
  • Essential liberty or a little temporary safety? The review of the Canadian Anti-Terrorism Act. Webb, Maureen. Criminal law review, 51:3-101, Dec. 2005
  • Faut-il craindre le cyberterrorisme?. Dumais, Michel. Forces, no 147:24-8, oct. 2006
  • Federalism and the battle over counterterrorist law : state sovereignty, criminal law enfrorcement and national security. Donohue, Laura K. and Juliette N. Kayyem. Studies in conflict and terrorism, 25:1-18, Jan./Feb. 2002
  • Finding the right balance. Morden, Reid. Policy options, 23:45-8, Sept. 2002
  • Gestion des risques, lutte contre le terrorisme. Galland, Jean-Pierre. Canadian journal of criminology and criminal justice, 48:359-81, juin 2006
  • G-men east of Suez: a serious anti-terrorism policy would unleash the military, not deploy the Justice Department. Gerecht, Reuel Marc. Weekly standard, 6:26-8, Oct. 30, 2000
  • Hear no evil, write no lies. Mitrovica, Andrew. Walrus, 3:37-42, Dec. 2006
  • Human rights, derogation and anti-terrorist detention. Powell, Rhonda. Saskatchewan law review, 69:79-100, no. 1 2006
  • In support of Canada's Anti-Terrorism Act: a comparison of Canadian, British, and American anti-terrorism law. Jenkins, David. Saskatchewan law review, 66:419-54, no. 2 2003
  • Information age terrorism. Arquilla, John, David Ronfeldt and Michele Zanini. Current history, 99:179-85, Apr. 2000
  • Information rights and national security. Caidi, Nadi and Anthony Ross. Government information quarterly, 22:663-84, no. 4 2005
  • Intelligence estimates of nuclear terrorism. Zenko, Micah. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 607:87-102, no. 1 2006
  • Intelligence review and oversight on post-9/11 Canada. Shore, Jacques J.M. International journal of intelligence and counterintelligence, 19:456-79, Fall 2006
  • Intervention : face au terrorisme global. Wieviorka, Michel. Canadian journal of criminology and criminal justice, 48:471-80, juin 2006
  • Investigative hearings under the Anti-Terrorism Act. Millard, Jeremy. University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review, 60:79-87, Winter 2002
  • Is indefinite detention of terrorist suspects really constitutional?. Stewart, Hamish. UNB law journal, 54:235-50, 2005
  • La coopération civilo-militaire dans la lutte antiterroriste. Mutz, Pierre et Xavier de Suchowicz. Défense nationale et sécurité collective, pp. 5-13, déc. 2006
  • Le Rapport final du Groupe de planification binational : enjeux et perspectives d'avenir. Bergeron, Richard. Policy options, 27:35-9, juil./août 2006
  • L'effort antiterroriste du Canada est-il au-dessus de tout reproche?. Roach, Kent. Opinion Canada, 7:1-3, 10 mars 2005
  • Les opérations terroristes réseaucentriques. Gagnon, Benoît. Criminologie, 39:23-42, no. 1 2006
  • Lessons learned from terrorist investigation in the United Kingdom. Clarke, Peter. The RUSI journal, 151:22-6, Apr. 2006
  • L'Union européenne et la lutte contre le financement du terrorisme. Jakob, Fabien. Études internationales, 37:423-37, sept. 2006
  • Manufacturing terrorists : refugees, national security, and Canadian law (part 1). Aiken, Sharryn. Refuge, 19:54-73, Jan. 2001
  • Manufacturing terrorists : refugees, national security, and Canadian law (part 2). Aiken, Sharryn. Refuge, 19:116-33, Feb. 2001
  • National security, state secrecy and public accountability. Gratl, Jason and Andrew Irvine. UNB law journal, 54:251-71, 2005
  • Notes on emergency powers in Canada. Martin, Robert. UNB law journal, 54:161-77, 2005
  • Port security: are new anti-terrorism measures adequate?. Prah, Pamela M. CQ researcher, 16:337-59, Apr. 21, 2006
  • Preventing catastrophic chemical attacks. Wein, Lawrence M. Issues in science and technology, 23:31-3, Fall 2006
  • Problems of preparedness : U.S. readiness for a domestic terrorist attack. Falkenrath, Richard A. International security, 25:147-86, Spring 2001
  • Safeguards in and justifications for Canada's new Anti-terrorism Act. Cohen, Stanley A.. National journal of constitutional law, 14:99-124, Dec. 2002
  • Section 273.65 of the National Defence Act: inappropriate and unconstitutional. Carabash, Michael P.A. Constitutional forum, 15:99-105, no. 2 2006
  • Securing Internet society : toward an international regime for information assurance. Valeri, Lorenzo. Studies in conflict and terrorism, 23:129-46, Apr./June 2000
  • Should Canadians be concerned with Canada's anti-terrorism efforts?. Roach, Kent. Opinion Canada, 7:1-3, Mar. 10, 2005
  • Social acceptance of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) as a biometric security method. Perakslis, Christine and Robert Wolk. IEEE technology and society magazine, 25:34-42, Fall 2006
  • Société sous haute surveillance : la loi canadienne mise en place pour lutter contre le terrorisme introduit des mesures permanentes qui devraient cependant rester exceptionnelles. Nous risquons de nous habituer à vivre avec des libertés réduites.. Paradis, André. Relations, no. 679:19-23, sept. 2002
  • State secrecy and democratic accountability. Cohen, Stanley A. Criminal law quarterly, 51:27-52, Dec. 2005
  • Struggling with the challenges of right-wing extremism and terrorism within democratic boundaries : a comparative analysis. Pedahzur, Ami. Studies in conflict and terrorism, 24:339-59, Sept./Oct. 2001
  • Surveillance strategies and populations at risk: biopolitical governance in Canada's national security policy. Bell, Colleen. Security dialogue, 37:147-65, June 2006
  • Suspenders and a belt: perimeter and border security in Canada-U.S. relations. Sololsky, Joel J. and Philippe Lagassé. Canadian foreign policy, 12:15-29, Winter 2005/2006
  • Ten ways to improve Canadian anti-terrorism law. Roach, Kent. Criminal law review, 51:102-25, Dec. 2005
  • Terrorism and the issue of international cooperation. Criss, Bilge and Yavuz Turan Çetiner. Studies in conflict and terrorism, 20:127-39, Spring 2000
  • Terrorism old and new: counterterrorism in Canada. Leman-Langlois, Stéphane and Jean-Paul Brodeur. Police practice and research, 6:121-40, May 2005
  • Terrorism, immigration, and multiculturalism. Jupp, James. International journal, 61:699-710, Summer 2006
  • Terrorizing democracies. Waxman, Dov. Washington quarterly, 23:15-19, Winter 2000
  • Terrorizing the rule of law : implications of the Anti-terrorism Act. Mia, Ziyaad E.. National journal of constitutional law, 14:125-52, Dec. 2002
  • The Anti-terrorism Bill C-36 : an unnecessary law and order quick fix that permanently stains the Canadian criminal justice system. Stuart, Don. National journal of constitutional law, 14:153-68, Dec. 2002
  • The atomic emporium. Coll, Steve. New Yorker, 82:50-63, Aug. 7, 2006
  • The bomb in the backyard. Zimmerman, Peter D. and Jeffrey G. Lewis. Foreign policy, no. 157:32-9, Nov./Dec. 2006
  • The chill sets in: national security and the decline of equality rights in Canada. Bhabha, Faisal. UNB law journal, 54:191-217, 2005
  • The fight against terrorist financing. Clunan, Anne L. Political science quarterly, 121:569-96, Winter 2006
  • The global terrorist threat: is Al-Qaeda on the run or on the march?. Hoffman, Bruce. Middle East policy, 14:44-58, June 2007
  • The nightmare of bioterrorism. Garrett, Laurie. Foreign affairs, 80:76-89, Jan./Feb. 2001
  • The parliamentary review of the Anti-Terrorism Act. Roach, Kent. Criminal law quarterly, 52:281-4, May 2007
  • The recriminalization of dissent. Clarke, Tony. Policy options, 23:49-50, Sept. 2002
  • The treatment of foreign terror suspects. Walker, Clive. The modern law review, 70:427-57, May 2007
  • Three year review of Canada's anti-terrorism act: the need for greater restraint and fairness, non-discrimination and special advocates. Roach, Kent. UNB law journal, 54:308-35, 2005
  • Through a glass darkly: the role and review of 'national security' concepts in Canadian law. Forcese, Craig. Alberta law review, 43:963-1000, May 2006
  • Tragic choices in the war on terrorism: should we try to regulate and control torture?. Slater, Jerome. Political science quarterly, 121:191-215, Summer 2006
  • UK terrorism legislation in an international context. Goldsmith, Peter. The RUSI journal, 151:18-23, June 2006
  • Understanding the new terrorism. Juergensmeyer, Mark. Current history, 99:158-63, Apr. 2000
  • Unequal protection under the law: Re Charkaoui and the security certificate process under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. Davies, Marianne. Saskatchewan law review, 69:375-400, no. 2 2006
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