A growing number of parents are questioning whether they are able to keep their children at school or church after the United States and Canada are locked in a contentious border dispute.
The two countries have been at odds since the end of the Cold War, and border security is one of the most contentious issues in the U.S.-Canada relationship.
The border is still largely open, but a border patrol patrol vehicle and two police officers are stationed at each side.
This is a tough place for families to be.
And it is a place where a lot of children are missing,” said Ellen Sullins, an elementary school teacher in the northern California town of Santa Cruz.
The conflict has been one of many issues that have brought the two countries closer together, but this week’s clashes with Mexico and the U., and the possibility of a U.N. Security Council resolution that would allow the U:S.
to keep a large military presence on the southern border, have caused a stir in the community.
Sullings said that she wants her children to stay in school and go to church, but she fears they will miss the chance to meet and spend time with their family members in Mexico. “
My children are really scared,” she said.
Sullings said that she wants her children to stay in school and go to church, but she fears they will miss the chance to meet and spend time with their family members in Mexico.
In a statement, the U.:S.
said the children were attending a church in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
It said the kids were visiting an area where they had “been given access to the border by a Border Patrol vehicle and have been provided with a safe place to remain.”
“While we do not discuss our border policy, we are very disappointed to hear about the tragic situation in San Luís Potosi,” the statement said.
“The safety of our children is our number one priority.
Our border officers, Border Patrol, and military personnel are committed to protecting the safety and security of all Americans. “