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Napolitano to visit Canada; border issues on the agenda

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WASHINGTON--Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told reporters on Tuesday she is traveling to Canada later this month with border issues on the agenda.

She made her comment at a breakfast sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor.

Sheldon Alberts of Canwest News Service dug up the details:


Reports Alberts, "The former Arizona governor, who riled the Harper government last month by suggesting some of the 9/11 hijackers entered the U.S. from Canada, is expected to meet with Public Safety Minister Peter Van Loan at the Detroit-Windsor border crossing, likely on May 26. Plans are in the works for Napolitano to visit Ottawa the next day."

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Umm, Nappy the real problem of border crossing is 2500 miles south. Called the boarder with Mexico.

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