The Canadian Press

2010-01-05 | Airport Security

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The federal government announced plans on January 5th to develop a passenger behavior observation program to screen travelers. It also said it planned to install dozens of controversial full-body screening machines in 11 major airports in Canada to combat terrorism. Junior Transport Minister Rob Merrifield said Canada was buying 44 new scanners, which produce a three-dimensional outline of a person's naked body. Merrfield called it an added layer of security. Merrifield said Canadians are not immune to terrorist threats and the country must remain at the forefront of security measures for air travel.

Date: 2010-01-05
Placeline: OTTAWA, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 13 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << Roberts you are selected for secondary screening will be asked to walk through the wave scanners that will reveal objects including weapons or explosives that could be concealed under the clothing >>