What are Canada’s obligations to Jihadi Jack?

After Jack Letts, a British-Canadian man who is accused of travelling to Syria to fight for ISIS, was reportedly stripped of his British citizenship, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale released a statement saying, “Canada is disappointed that the United Kingdom has taken this unilateral action to offload their responsibilities.” We spoke to Sharry Aiken, a law professor at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont., about the case of the man known as Jihadi Jack.

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