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In-text: (Biles and Ibrahim, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Biles, J. and Ibrahim, H., 2002. Testing 'the Canadian diversity model': hate, bias, and fear after September 11th. Canadian issues, pp.54-58.
In-text: (Cohen, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Cohen, T., 2013. Controversial anti-terror bill passes, allowing preventive arrest, secret hearings. National Post,.
In-text: (Helly, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Helly, D., 2004. Are Muslims discriminated against in Canada since September 2001?. Canadian ethnic studies, 36(1), pp.24-47.
In-text: (Kitchen and Sasikumar, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Kitchen, V. and Sasikumar, K., 2009. Canada (en)counters terrorism: U.S.-Canada relations and counter-terrorism policy. Terrorism and political science, 21(1), pp.155-173.
In-text: (Parliamentary Information and Research Service, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Parliamentary Information and Research Service, 2015. Bil S-7: An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Canada Evidence Act and the Security of Information Act. Library of Parliament.
In-text: (Pue, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Pue, W., 2003. The war on terror: constitutional governance in a state of permanent warfare. Osgoode hall law journal, 41(2), pp.267-292.
In-text: (Rudner, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Rudner, M., 2004. Challenge and response: Canada's intelligence community and the war on terrorism. Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, 11(2), pp.17-39.
In-text: (Stribopoulos, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Stribopoulos, J., 2004. What has been the impact of the Anti-Terrorism Act on Canada?. The views of Canadian scholars on the impact of the Anti-Terrorism Act. Department of Justice.
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