Canadian woman refused U.S. entry because of depression

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Posted: Friday, November 29, 2013 4:28 pm | Updated: 4:36 pm, Fri Nov 29, 2013.

A Toronto woman denied a flight to New York as part of a cruise trip wants to know who told U.S. border agents about her history of mental illness. 

Ellen Richardson says she was told by U.S. customs officials at Pearson International Airport on Monday that because she had been hospitalized for clinical depression in June 2012, she could not enter the U.S. 

As a result, she missed her flight to New York City and a Caribbean cruise, for which she had paid $6,000.

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