Canada's airports and government, already under fire for high fees, yesterday were forced to defend against charges from a senior Canadian legislator that airport security is lax and little more than a "PR show." Senate National Security and Defense Committee Chairman Colin Kenny (Liberal, Ont.) said "gaping holes" pointed out in a 2003 report "are still gaping holes more than four years later" and leave major Canadian airports vulnerable. In a new report issued yesterday, the committee ...

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