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The Minister of Public Safety since 2010 and a member of the Canadian Parliament for Provencher since 2000.
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ENG: Victor "Vic" Toews, PC QC MP (born September 10, 1952) is a Canadian politician. He has represented Provencher in the Canadian House of Commons since 2000, and currently serves in the cabinet of Prime Minister Stephen Harper as Minister of Public Safety. He previously served in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1995 to 1999, and was a senior cabinet minister in the government of Gary Filmon. Toews is a member of the Conservative Party of Canada. Toews was born September 10, 1952, in Filadelfia, Boquerón Department, Paraguay, son of Reverend Victor David Toews (1918-1993) and Anna Peters. Vic Toews has five siblings: Bernhard, Clara, Marlene, Edward, and Esther. He speaks Mennonite Low German (his mother tongue), Spanish and English.He holds a Bachelor of Arts ...
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Toews takes to Twitter to question Justin Trudeau’s...

... involvement inVikileaks An angry Vic Toews wants an investigation into whether Justin Trudeau encouraged personal Twitter attacks against him after it was revealed a Liberal staffer was the mastermind of the Vikileaks Twitter controversy that aired details of Public Safety Minister’s divorce in retaliation for an online surveillance bill. Interim Liberal leader Bob Rae Monday apologized for the Liberal staffer behind @Vikileaks30 and revealed the party worker has now resigned. A subdued Rae, who identified the staffer as Adam Carroll, made the admission in the House of Commons ...

Anonymous videos a threat to democracy, Vic Toews says

All Canadians, including elected officials, should be concerned about online videos that contained threats against him, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews told a parliamentary committee Tuesday. The procedure and House affairs committee is looking into threats posted on Youtube where a group called Anonymous promised to release personal information about Toews and his family if he didn't scrap Bill C-30, known as the lawful access or online surveillance bill. The proposed law would give police increased powers to gather customer information from internet service providers and force ISPs to ...

Vic Toews in hospital with flu symptoms

Public Safety Minister Vic Toews is expected to spend the night in an Ottawa hospital for observation as a result of the seasonal flu, a department spokesperson said Monday evening. "Minister Toews has been battling a seasonal flu for the past number of weeks," spokesman Mike Patton said earlier Monday in an email. "As a precaution, he was taken to the hospital today for observation." A man was taken from Parliament Hill in an ambulance around 11 a.m. ET, but CBC News has not confirmed whether it was Toews. Patton asked that Toews's privacy be respected. ... Source: cbc.ca

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Bill C-13 is 'shameful, but typical' - Kawartha Media Group
Bill C-13 is 'shameful, but typical'Kawartha Media GroupCanadians have made it clear they did not want Vic "He can either stand with us or with the child pornographers" Toews' unpopular spying bill C-30, and yet the Conservative Party has once again made it clear that what Canadians want has very little to ...
Monday, Nov. 17: Personal privacy threatened by Bill C-13 - Vancouver Sun
Vancouver SunMonday, Nov. 17: Personal privacy threatened by Bill C-13Vancouver SunSixty-five pages were lifted from Vic Toews' hugely unpopular spying bill which was abandoned after Canadians spoke out. Seventy-three per cent of Canadians oppose the Bill with huge opposition among all regions, age groups, genders, and income levels.
Panel of judges urges caution in passing new anti-terror laws - Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa CitizenPanel of judges urges caution in passing new anti-terror lawsOttawa CitizenMajor said his report called for the appointment of a single individual as national security adviser, but Vic Toews, then minister of public safety, rejected it, saying he did not support the creation of a “department” of national security. That leads ...Judges concerned about Conservatives' rush to adopt new anti-terror lawsWaterloo Recordall 174 news articles »
Cyberbullying bill draws fire from diverse mix of critics - CBC.ca
CBC.caCyberbullying bill draws fire from diverse mix of criticsCBC.caSupport began to crumble when Vic Toews, public safety minister at the time, told critics they "could either stand with us or with the child pornographers." The bill was denounced as an attempt to use the emotive issue of protecting children to pass ...

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