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Bush: No troops along Canadian border

President George W. Bush on Monday reassured Canadians he won’t be deploying troops or building security fences along the Canada-U.S. border, and is seeking ways to ensure new identification requirements are not too “restrictive” for frequent travellers. Speaking one week after he announced he would send 6,000 National Guard soldiers to help seal the American border with Mexico, Bush said fears the Canada-U.S. border would face a similar fate are unfounded. Full Story

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