Police in Canada will soon have new tools to track terror suspects through online records, bank accounts and other means – powers the RCMP Commissioner called for this week but which are already moving through Parliament.

RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson made the request for new powers Monday after a pair of attacks last week that killed Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Corporal Nathan Cirillo. The Commissioner said police should, in some cases, need less hard evidence to get court approval to track suspects or to monitor them online or by phone.

via New counterterrorism powers already coming in cyberbullying bill – The Globe and Mail.