Day 6 | Apr 18, 2014 | 15:33

Should the government track Canadians abroad?

Brent talks to former CSIS Associate Director Ray Boisvert and human rights lawyer and civil liberties professor Pearl Eliadis about whether the Canadian government should adopt an exit control system to monitor Canadians abroad.

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