Video: Toews pledges to arm border guards by 2016 Add to ... CP Video Published Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 4:16PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 4:22PM EDT Public Safety Minister Vic Toews says the government is committed to supplying Canada's border guards with firearms by 2016. Mr. Toews says speeding up the training process could be a security risk Watch More Video: Foreign help could be sought in fighting Alberta fires: Goodale Ottawa ready to help Fort McMurray's 'long-term' recovery: Goodale Stephane Dion says it's a 'black Tuesday for Belgium' More and more American women are attending 'gun safety' camps Ralph Goodale says 'lone-wolf' attacks difficult to prevent Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders demonstrates new 'sock gun' Minister pledges mental health resources for isolated communities Looking for a fun tech gift for Christmas? Check out these $100-or-less options Goodale promises 'robust' overseas screening of Syrian refugees Goodale: No change to Canada's threat level after Paris attacks Rare photo of Billy the Kid estimated to be worth $5-million Obama calls for gun reform after Oregon shooting Monument honouring three fallen Mounties unveiled in Moncton Liberals to back terror bill despite reservations: Trudeau Minister touts effectiveness of CBSA's most-wanted list Steven Blaney questioned over video calling for attacks Public safety minister promises more anti-terrorism legislation Tourist tip: Canadians don’t want guns in their Chipotle restaurants either Trial in ‘Surrey Six’ killings will indicate B.C.'s position on gang crime B.C. gang war back in spotlight as trial for men accused of slaying bystanders begins Comments AA More Related to this Story Shooting Border guard shot at Peace Arch identified Also Border guard shot at Peace Arch crossing in B.C.