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Hate groups need legislative stops on fundraising, security committee hears

News | 03/31/2022 7:50 pm EDT
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Extremist groups are able to propagate their message and raise funds because Canada does not have legislation that prevents it, the House Committee on Public Safety and National Security was told on Thursday. Further hindering lawmakers is that many of the fundraising platforms are located in the United States and are not subject to Canadian laws.

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