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I can assure you that our Minister of Public Services is in contact with our counterparts in the United States to ensure that everyone is safe and sound, said Mr. Trudeau.
As the massive search continued for Card, residents of southern Maine were urged to lock their doors and stay inside their homes.
The CBSA said it was working with its Canadian and U.S. law enforcement partners, including U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), to protect Canada's borders against any threat or attempted illegal entry.
Canada's border agency said its Armed and Dangerous – Firearms Watch Notice alert was sent to all of its agents through an internal system, and the agency added that all border points ;entrance along the Canada-US border remain open.
In Ottawa, Prime Minister Trudeau spoke wholeheartedly with the people affected by the tragedy. Obviously our thoughts are first with our friends in Maine and their families who are suffering at a terrible time, but we will always be there to ensure the protection of all Canadians.
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