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McLellan unveils new national security policy

Ottawa has announced a new national security policy aimed at improving passport control, port security, and intelligence gathering, as well as boosting Canada’s ability to respond to national disasters and disease outbreaks. The new initiatives will cost $690 million over the next five years, with the funds coming from the Security Reserve and administered by Public Safety Minister Anne McLellan. The new policy is aimed at “protecting Canada and Canadians at home and abroad, ensuring Canada is not a base for threats to our allies and contributing to international security,” McLellan said in a statement. Full Story

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