Cash for passports: Canadians play key role in lucrative business

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Canadians are playing a key role in the lucrative and rapidly growing worldwide business of cash for passports, an industry that Canada, the United States and the European Union have warned could threaten national security, a CBC News investigation reveals. Powered by WPeMatico  More...

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