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In Committee from the Senate of Canada - National Defence - May 12, 2014 - Part 1


In the first part of the committee, the Senators continue their study on the possibility of participating in the U.S’s ballistic missile defence program. The witnesses for this study include retired U.S. lieutenant-general Robert G. Gard Jr. and Philip E. Coyle, representatives from the Center for Arms Control & Non-Proliferation.

In the second part of the committee, the Senators switch their focus to the study on Canada Border Services Agency’s policies and practices in determining admissibility into Canada. Appearing at the committee as individuals are Sharryn J. Aiken, an associate dean at Queen’s University, Jayne Stoyles, executive director at the Canadian Centre for International Justice, Garry Clement, retired RCMP officer, and Sandy Boucher, former detective chief inspector for the Hong Kong Royal Police. (May 12, 2014)


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