The Canadian Press

2002-11-08 | Racial-Profiling-Dhaliwal

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Natural Resources Minister Herb Dhaliwal said the US owes it to Canada to clarify its anti-terrorist policy on tourism. US Attorney General John Ashcroft said visitors suspected of potential terrorism will continue to be fingerprinted and questioned. Dhaliwal said that includes Canadians, and it shouldn't. Dhaliwal said American border controls single out minorities and he wants the US to promise there will be no racial profiling.

Date: 2002-11-08
Placeline: Ottawa, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 20 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << we want a clarification because this is an important issue for all Canadians as a question of of fairness and the fundamental human rights and I think, Americans always speak about human rights this time to make sure that on this issue that they're clear there that human rights to be very important and that they'll be nor racial discrimination or racial profiling >>

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