Canada is stepping up its defence of its data-sharing relationship with the United States after a federal judge in Seattle ruled that the country’s new law is unconstitutional.
Federal Court Justice Michael Carrick in Seattle ordered that Canada stop sharing U.S. government information with other countries in what he called an “extraordinary breach of the trust” between the two countries.
Canada has said that it will appeal the decision.
Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion, speaking Monday in Montreal, said Canada will fight the decision in court and said the law will “not be renewed.”
“I think it’s an extraordinary breach of trust,” Dion said.
“And that’s what we’re going to be doing.” “
Canada has a longstanding relationship with both the U.K. and the U”
And that’s what we’re going to be doing.”
Canada has a longstanding relationship with both the U.K. and the U