Muskoka’s Day of Action protest rally against Federal Anti-Terror Bill C-51 happens tomorrow at the Bracebridge Courthouse. The Moose has spoken to both sides of the debate, Parry Sound-Muskoka’s Federal NDP nomination candidate Clyde Mobbley and the riding’s Conservative MP Tony Clement.

Mobbley, who will be in attendance tomorrow, tells the Moose the bill should be canned…

Bill C-51 would give Canada’s spy agency across-the-board powers and grant the RCMP the ability to execute preventative arrests. The Bracebridge protest is part of a nationwide ‘Day of Action’ planned against the proposed legislation, with events happening in every province.

Mobbley says Clement should be consulting personally with local constituents at town hall style meetings about the Bill…

Clement says Mobbley is playing politics…

Clement adds that public hearings will listen to all viewpoints on the bill and that he supports the bill’s basic premise…

Clement won’t be at his Bracebridge constituency office tomorrow, but he says he’ll soon be back in the riding knocking on doors. He says the response so far at the door is positive towards the Bill…

The protest rally happens at the Bracebridge courthouse tomorrow (Sat) at 11am.