May 6, 2014

How Committed Is Canada to U.S. Security?

John Ivison, National Post

The Associated Press

When Stephen Harper and Barack Obama unveiled the Beyond the Border initiative, the Prime Minister said that what threatens the security and well-being of the United States threatens the security and well-being of Canada. Three years on, the reality is that Canada will do whatever it takes to ensure the security and well-being of the United States -- as long as it doesn’t cost too much.

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TAGGED: United States, Stephen Harper, Barack Obama, Beyond The Border, Canada

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