(Adds quotes, details, background) By Robert Melnbardis OTTAWA, June 28 (Reuters) - Canada and the United States have agreed on a plan to ensure the fast, secure transport of goods by trucks between the two countries, a move aimed at freeing up security bottlenecks created by fears of more terror attacks, officials said on Friday. Flanked during a press conference in Niagara Falls, Ontario, by Tom Ridge, White House Homeland Security Advisor, Canada's Deputy Prime Minister John Manley ...
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