One of the Canada’s largest Indigenous groups is requesting permission to search Canadians’ private mail, as they claim letters are a common means of smuggling drugs. According to Blacklock’s Reporter, the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs is appealing to Parliament to change federal law to allow police, postal inspectors or First Nations constables to search Canadians’ mail, as they claim letter mail is a leading method of narcotic distribution.

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