“We are on a very thin line”

Canada Border Services Agency says it’s so short of funding that guards are to ignore suspected narcotics shipments unless notified by police. The order is contained in an agency memo disclosed at a Senate committee. The revelation came as MPs debate a bill to have guards intercept counterfeit goods: “We cannot even examine export containers suspected of holding drugs”.

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