Predicts Future ‘Disruptions’

Cabinet’s use of the Emergencies Act “is not likely to be unique” in years ahead, a former director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service said yesterday. Richard Fadden told a policy hearing of the Freedom Convoy inquiry he expected more “disruptive events” in the future: “What happened with the invocation of the Emergencies Act is not likely to be unique.”

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