The Current | Feb 11, 2013 | 24:00

Dual citizenship and the concerns over terrorism

As the Harper government considers a policy and legislative change that would strip a terrorist with dual citizenship of their Canadian citizenship, we’re asking how this would work. Parliamentary Secretary for Immigration, Rick Dykstra takes us through the proposed change and a Canadian once accused of al-Qaeda connections gives us his perspective on what is at stake.

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