Given recent polls on Canadian attitudes about who is to blame for 9/11, which many liberal Canadians say is America itself, one wonders if they see this as a good thing.
Sun Media reporters penetrate Canadian airport security
By FABRICE DE PIERREBOURG, Sun Media
MONTREAL—Five years after the terrorist attacks on the U.S., and despite the hundreds of millions of dollars spent by the federal government on beefing up security at Canada’s major airports, access to restricted areas is alarmingly easy, a Sun Media investigation shows.
Security is so lax at Montreal’s international airport that a Sun Media reporter was easily able to get into prohibited zones on seven separate occasions.
Twice, it was as easy as crawling under a fence on the outskirts of Trudeau Airport. The other times, the reporter used the entrances of airport employees. He had no uniform or security pass but sailed right through checkpoints by appearing as if he belonged there.
The reporter was able to walk onto the tarmac by the international flights, touch aircraft, visit hangars, get into a subcontractor’s vehicle and play around with the food carts being prepared for flights.
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