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Device search bill will safeguard traveller rights: Gov.

Briefs | 03/31/2022 6:15 pm EDT
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In what it says is an effort to safeguard travellers’ rights when entering Canada, the federal government today introduced legislation in the Senate to “to strengthen the framework governing the examination of personal digital devices by Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officers and United States Customs and Border Patrol preclearance officers operating in Canada,” according to a release. 

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