Anti-terrorism law effective as it is, McLellan insists

Deputy Prime Minister Anne McLellan shot back at critics of the government’s anti-terrorism legislation yesterday, saying the tough measures are popular and any evidence of racial profiling by officials is considered a firing offence.
Three years after Ottawa quickly passed anti-terrorism legislation in response to the Sept. 11 attacks, the law faces a mandatory parliamentary review. But Ms. McLellan told senators tasked with the assignment that the government managed to get it right the first time and no major changes are needed.
The Globe and Mail: Anti-terrorism law effective as it is, McLellan insists