Fingerprint Database Grows

The Department of Citizenship in 2018 will begin compiling the largest non-criminal fingerprint database in Canadian history. The initiative follows a 2013 pilot project approved by the previous Conservative cabinet to collect prints and photos from all temporary residency applicants: “Information will only be shared in a manner that respects Canada’s privacy laws.”

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