Wash. — The Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday unveiled a new strategy for enhancing security along the U.S.-Canada border that seeks to deter and prevent terrorism, drug trafficking and illegal immigration while encouraging and safeguarding the flow of lawful trade and people.
The Northern Border Strategy calls for Homeland Security "to improve information sharing and analysis" within the department and other government partners, and to enhance coordination with Canada. The department said it also will deploy technologies to aid joint security efforts and continue to update infrastructure to facilitate trade and travel.
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