(Luiza Ch. Savage – Macleans)
In Washington, a comfort level with security along the northern border has prevailed in the wake of the Ottawa attack
Even as President Barack Obama offered condolences and outrage over the Ottawa shootings, Canadians braced for a border security backlash. Business groups fretted about more costly “thickening” at the border—the accretion of security measures since 2001 that made trade and travel slower and more expensive.
But, so far, the backlash hasn’t come. Read more here.