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New anti-terror bill will give Canadian spies police-like powers to disrupt terrorist plots

Sweeping new anti-terrorism powers introduced by the Conservative government Friday include giving Canadian spies police-like powers to disrupt terrorist operations, allow authorities to remove terrorist propaganda from the internet and make it a crime to promote or to advocate others to engage in terrorism.

Many of the measures will affect the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service.

The plan to boost CSIS's ability to counter terrorist threats flows from a federal review of fatal attacks on two Canadian soldiers last October.

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