I'm a Canadian and I don't have a problem
I'm a Canadian and I don't have a problem with ISPs having to hand over the name and address of the person or company using an IP address or web domain to police without a warrant.
After all, I drive around in a car with a license plate on the back and police can look up my name and address from it.
Police monitoring internet communications without a warrant -- that I would have a really big problem with.
Intelligence agencies monitoring internet communications without a warrant -- I mostly surf to sites in the USA and UK, so international communications. I'm sure it is all monitored already. I wish it wasn't, but I don't get to vote in US and UK elections. If Canadian intelligence agencies monitored it too, would it matter?
I'm definitely against Canada following the precedents set by Tony Blair and George Bush.
There is a high likelihood that Michael ("Lesser Evil") Ignatieff will (long time US and UK academic and pundit, apologist for US imperialism and torture) having now returned to Canada to lead The Liberal Party of Canada, will become our next prime minister.
If "Lesser Evil" does become our PM, I have little doubt that he will be a "New Liberal" in the same authoritarian my-way-or-the-highway sense that Tony Blair was "New Labour" and George Bush was a "Neo-Con".
Paris, because Paris's beautiful face will momentarily take my mind off the disasters facing western democracies as we increasing become vassal states of the USA.