Imagine coming home to your apartment building and seeing a sniffer-dog your lobby from a private canine detection company hired by your landlord. Or you go to a music festival and there is a group of security guards and sniffer dogs. That’s what happened to Michelle Guo’s friend from Australia. So Michelle decided to look into the legality of using sniffer dogs and what our rights are here in Canada. What she’s discovered is a lot of grey areas.
Michelle Guo is a Media Studies Student and rabble podcast contributor from Montreal. She speaks to rabble radio host Victoria Fenner.
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