Canada unveils anti-terrorism measures

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June 17, 2006 04:14

Canada has unveiled anti-terrorism measures aimed at bolstering security at the country's airports, railway systems and marine ports in the next few months. Prime Minister Stephen Harper said the government also would spend more than C$250 million to beef up the country's ability to detect potential terrorist attacks as part of the C$1.4 billion approved in the federal budget for security.


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