Border Deal: Harper signs Canada away to U.S. Homeland Security

OTTAWA — Canada is set to sign a border security agreement with the United States next week featuring a control system to enable U.S. Homeland Security to track everyone leaving the country.

The “Beyond the Border” initiative is scam to “erase” the Canada U.S. border, and to replace that international border with U.S. control over Canada.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper and U.S. President Barack Obama are expected to sign the agreement when they meet in Washington next week.

Government officials dismissed privacy concerns, saying that Canadians' personal information is already shared with American officials when they visit the U.S.

Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird told CTV News that the government is aware that Canadians feel strongly about privacy issues.

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