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perimeter security

For many Canadians, border crossings have been a constant source of headaches for several years now. The new border security
Frustrated air travellers could get a break when Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Barack Obama ink a border deal
The added security measures of the new border deal will add layers to the existing process and may actually add to the so-called thickening of the border -- at least for ordinary people. More ominously, it is likely to lead to a wholesale replacement of Canadian privacy and security standards with American ones, set by Homeland Security.
OTTAWA — Canada’s privacy advocates are raising alarm bells that a new border pact with the U.S. could lead to public health
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is at the White House today to announce the details of a long-awaited border security agreement
As discussions between Canadian and American officials on perimeter security deal have intensified, it's very important that any perimeter security deal ensure that the collection, use and disclosure of Canadians' personal information continue to fall under Canadian standards of protection.