Senate Will Study Border Bill

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner is indicating support for a bill to appoint a new Inspector General to oversee the Canada Border Services Agency. The Senate bill, scheduled for hearings, would see a chief inspector granted broad powers to scrutinize the agency’s work: ‘We should be alarmed such powers are wielded by an agency with no independent oversight’.

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