Note well the quote from Bexte, wherein he clearly implies that the portion of the legislation he is quoting ends, well, there. End of sentence. Period.
Of course, with Bexte, there's always more to it than that, as we can see that the sentence does not in fact end there, but continues on to add significant and important qualifiers:
In the end, while you're free to argue the merits of Bill S-7, you should at least agree that proper journalism demands you quote with accuracy and integrity, something I suspect Keean never picked up while learning at the knee of the master.