U.S.-Canada Smart Borders Accord

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The U.S.-Canada Smart Borders Accord border security agreement signed in 2002 "sets out the U.S.-Canada CIP Framework for Cooperation, which includes several committees looking at a variety of infrastructure protection issues." [1]

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Integrate This! is about challenging the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), an executive-level pact between the governments and corporate sectors of Canada, the United States and Mexico, which has never been debated publicly or voted on in any of the three countries. There are over 300 initiatives in the SPP aimed at harmonizing North American policies on:
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