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Pollster Nik Nanos, whose firm tracks Canadian attitudes towards the international boundary, said sentiment about the border is driven by two things - political rhetoric in the US and people's actual experiences at border crossings. Both factors are driving anxiety as the new US administration begins to put its plans into practice. Canadians took some 20 million trips to the United States in 2015 and report they are mostly well treated by US border and customs agents. Media caption'I lost all my fingers': Asylum seekers make dangerous border crossing But amid reports of border agents seizing and searching mobile devices, of people being questioned and turned away at the border and schools cancelling trips south, they are concerned about what Mr Trump's policies might mean for cross-border travel. Mr Nanos said that even the "informal influence" of the president can have an impact on border crossings. "The president does not have to pass an executive order to thicken the border. Trump has said he considers the border a sieve and if you're a border security person you're going to take that signal," he said. Canadian reporter Ed Ou barred from entering US Federal Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale is expected to raise how travellers are being treated with his US counterpart, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, when they meet soon. "Our expectation - on both sides of the border - is that travellers be treated with respect, and in accordance with the rule of law," said Mr Goodale's spokesman. Image copyright AFP Image caption A handful of Canadians on their way to the Washington rally say they were barred entry to the US Meanwhile, the Trudeau government is trying to reassure people about Bill C-23, preclearance legislation currently before Parliament that is part of a bilateral agreement with the US. The US Congress passed its own version of the bill in December. The US immigration preclearance operations have had in Canada for decades - an example of the deep co-operation between the two countries on border matters.
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