Canada: Parents angry over kids on no-fly lists

Parents of children who are on Canada's no-fly lists are calling on the government to remove their names.

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    Parents of children who are on Canada's no-fly lists are calling on the government to remove their names.

    Hundreds of children - some under the age of two - are on the secret list which is shared with airlines and foreign governments.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from Toronto.


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