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2017-03-06 18:16 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Body searches, Border officials, Borders, Government bills, Second reading, United States of America,

Autorités frontalières, Deuxième lecture, Fouilles corporelles, Frontières, Prédédouanement

Mr. Speaker, we have heard this many times today.

Clearly, this right is something new. The difference is that if there is an unreasonable delay, the search may proceed. I do not think this is unreasonable. If someone travels to the U.S. without pre-clearance, and they arrive without Canadian protections, the same thing will happen. Accordingly, it is much more efficient to go ahead with the system proposed in Bill C-23. That does not really bother me.

Monsieur le Président, on a entendu cela à plusieurs reprises aujourd'hui.

C'est clair que ce droit est nouveau. Le changement, c'est que s'il y a un délai déraisonnable, ils peuvent procéder. Je pense que ce n'est pas déraisonnable de le faire. Si une personne voyage aux États-Unis sans précontrôle, et qu'elle y arrive sans la protection canadienne, les mêmes choses vont se passer. Par conséquent, c'est beaucoup plus efficace de le faire avec le système proposé dans le projet de loi C-23. Cela ne me dérange pas trop.

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Posted at 15:26 on March 06, 2017

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