No “Electronic Tool” To Flag Border Danger: Judge

Front-line guards with the Canada Border Services Agency have no electronic method of instantaneously flagging “armed and dangerous” travellers at U.S. crossings, according to court testimony. A federal judge noted computerized background checks would slow cross-border traffic to a crawl.

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