Air Passengers To Be Tracked

Federal agents are proceeding with a plan to track all international air passenger arrivals including Canadians returning home from vacations abroad. The monitoring will be in place by September 30 at a cost of $10.7 million a year to airlines and the Canada Border Services Agency: “We will be requiring that airlines provide us with passenger manifests”.

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