When Robert Dziekanski arrived in Vancouver on a flight from
Frankfurt, Germany, the 40-year-old Polish immigrant stayed in a secure
baggage area, as directed by his mother. After ten hours he attempted to
leave the area. However, speaking only Polish, he was unable to
communicate with the members of Canadian Border Services, the agency
responsible for the baggage area. When the agitated Dziekanski began
throwing items at the secured exit door, members of the Royal Canadian
Mounted Police were called to assist.

This would not have happened if the airport had seen the need to service
customers based on cultures.

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