Edmonton prison guards accused of waterboarding, sex assault in $43.4M lawsuit

Four females who work or have worked as prison guards at the maximum-security Edmonton Institution have launched a $43.4-million lawsuit against the Correctional Service of Canada and the Union of Canadian Correctional officers, alleging waterboarding, sex assault and sexual harassment.

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