Bush in belated thank-you for Canada's Nine-Eleven hospitality
President Bush is delivering a belated "thank-you" to Canada today for the hospitality it showed stranded Americans after Nine-Eleven.
The president's flying to Halifax, Nova Scotia -- one of several Canadian cities that together hosted more than 30-thousand passengers after some 200 US-bound flights were diverted. The stop wraps up a two-day Canadian visit that's featured warm words of friendship from Prime Minister Paul Martin -- and a series of anti-Bush demonstrations. Several thousand marched in Ottawa, mostly to protest the Iraq War. And there were scattered clashes with police.