Today Parliamentarians demonstrated that when it comes to national security, they can work together cooperatively and efficiently to the benefit of all Canadians.  

The Countering Foreign Interference Act (Bill C-70) will better protect lives and livelihoods by providing the federal government with essential tools to counter increasingly pervasive and sophisticated threats to our country.  

Canadian business leaders have long called for the economic security measures contained within the Act, including the creation of new sabotage offences for threats directed against essential infrastructure, and authorizing greater threat intelligence sharing with Canadian businesses.