From The Boston Herald:

The U.S. and Canada have missed a crucial deadline to share more intelligence as both countries now scramble to tighten security 
after a lone gunman killed a soldier at Ottawa’s national war memorial yesterday. The shooting came after the U.S. and Canada let a June deadline for implementing the so-called “Beyond the Border Action Plan” slip by. While the U.S. and Canada already trade information about foreign nationals and permanent residents who cross points of entry, under the new plan, data-sharing would be ramped up to include U.S. and 
Canadian citizens.