25 years

Started by Bigguy, Mar 13, 2018, 10:53 PM

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Why was this not done already. 25 years ago this could have been done. At least that's what I gather from the news article.

QuoteThe law expands Canada's national DNA databank to include DNA from missing persons across the country, such as from personal effects like toothbrushes or clothing. It will also include DNA profiles from relatives and unidentified human remains.

If you read the article it's title says it all. The last four words... "After Years of delay". Why. This should have been done as soon as possible. Maybe a big fail on the part of the government. You tell me.