Canada’s opinion of US human rights support drops sharply.
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A member of a US Border Patrol honour guard at a change of command ceremony in Detroit on Aug. 30.
Carl Meyer Published: Wednesday, 09/11/2013 6:40 pm EDT Last Updated: Monday, 09/16/2013 9:56 pm EDT
Canadians are at some of their lowest levels of support in nine years for closer co-operation with Americans on matters of national security, border integration and anti-terrorism, according to a new poll.
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