Judge moots legal reforms to help two Canadian policing agencies to cooperate

The judge presiding over the inquiry in the mid-air explosion of an Air India jet in June 1985 that killed all the 329 people on board says the federal law could be amended in order to forge better cooperation between two of Canadas security agencies, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, for effective surveillance and action against terrorists.

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