April 24, 2015 Breaches, Non-U.S., Surveillance
Alex Boutilier reports:
A busload of American college and university students was strip-searched by Canadian border guards three years ago in an incident that violated government policy and may have contravened the Charter of Rights of Freedoms, documents show.
According to an internal Canadian Border Services Agency report that was obtained by Metroland Media and the Toronto Star, the mass strip search was carried out at the Thousand Islands Bridge border crossing in Lansdowne, Ont., on Dec. 31, 2011.
Read more on The Toronto Star.
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Looks Like Canada Has Taken A Page Out Of The TSA/DHS Police State Handbook.