U.s. Border


Information Sharing And The No-Fly List: The Elephant In The Room

When it was announced last week with big fanfare during the visit of Prime Minister Trudeau to President Obama in Washington that both countries plan to create within 60 days, a Redress Working Group to help resolve the false positive cases generated by the "No-Fly" list, it was not an indication that both countries are revamping their huge information sharing system, but rather a proof that the sharing of information will continue ahead at a bigger scale and with more sophistication and with of course "some bumps" on the way.

A Glimpse Into The Future

WASHINGTON - For a glimpse into the future of the Canada-U.S. border, talk to Randy Powell.He's seen some of the new ways travellers might soon be clearing customs under a binational agreement announc...

U.S. To Canada: Brace For Border Pain

WASHINGTON - Janet Napolitano, the Obama administration's homeland security chief, warned Tuesday that the looming array of U.S. spending cuts known as sequestration will cause pain for Canadians, in...