Read about our report: The Cost of 9/11

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Selected media coverage:

Google News search results.

David Pugliese, “Post-9/11 security tab tops $92B: report“, PostMedia News, 7 September 2011

the Mark News, “Cost of post 9/11 security: $92 billion“, 7 September 2011

Kathleen Harris, “Cost of 9/11 to Canada? $92B: report”, iPolitics, 7 September 2011

Rebecca Lindell, “Post-9/11 federal security spending balloons to $92 billion: report“, Global News, 7 September 2011

The Huffington Post, “Security spending after 9/11 tops $92B“, 7 September 2011

AFP, “Report slams Canada’s post 9/11 security spending“, 7 September 2011

Matthew Little, “the Cost of 9/11: think tank criticizes spending, but government says it’s needed“, The Epoch Times, 7 September 2011

Vittorio Hernandez, “Canada spent $92 billion more on national security organizations since 9/11“, All Headline News, 7 September 2011

Steven Chase, “Sept. 11 attacks cost Ottawa $92-billion so far, think-tank say” the Globe and Mail, 7 September 2011


Watch and listen to more coverage here:

Evan Solomon, Power and Politics Podcast: the War Room, CBC News, 7 September 2011

Meagan Fitzpatrick, “Security spending after 9/11 tops $92B“, CBC News, 7 September 2011

Don Martin, Power Play, CTV News, 7 Septemeber 2011



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