OTTAWA — The Harper government’s central legislative thrust this fall will be on the crime-and-punishment front, as it builds on a steady drip of anti-crime bills by proposing laws to make penalties harsher for child sexual abuse, crack down on human-smuggling and reduce the number of “mega trials” in Canadian courts. Read more
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