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The Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Canada's principal intelligence agency, routinely transmits to U.S. authorities the names and personal details of Canadian citizens who are suspected of, but not charged with, what the agency refers to as "terrorist-related activity."
The criteria used to turn over the names are secret, as is the process itself.
Canadians have a constitutional right to privacy and to protection from unreasonable search and seizure, said Ruby.
Originally posted by ModernAcademia
But is Canada still a sovereign nation?
Is Canada cooperating too much with the U.S.?
How much information does Canaga give the U.S.?
Anytime someone flies from Montreal to Vancouver all information is sent to the U.S. because they fly over U.S. airspace.