Canada's Trudeau balks at potential troop deployment on U.S. border
Thursday, 26 March 2020 Canada wants its long border with the United States to remain free of a U.S. military presence, even as cases of coronavirus grow rapidly in both nations, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.
Canada shares an 8,891 kilometre-long border with our neighbour to the south. After its closure to non-essential travel because of COVID-19, the U.S. could be looking into other measures along that stretch. The Canada-U.S. border could have American troops near it but Justin Trudeau wants it to stay...
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The U.S. proposed deploying troops along its joint border with Canada to help fight the spread of coronavirus. According to Reuters, Canada attacked the idea, saying it was unnecessary and would hurt..