The Rockwell B-1 Lancer has small canard vanes or fins on either side of the forward fuselage that form part of an active damping system that reduces aerodynamic buffeting during high-speed, low altitude flight. Such buffeting would otherwise cause crew fatigue and reduce airframe life during prolonged flights.
Having a traditional tailplane does not exclude the use of term canard, but it must be admitted that in the case of B-1B the forward control surfaces are so small in relation to other lift or control surfaces that the term "fin" might be more semantically appropriate.
B-1B Canards are moving, but not pilot controlled:
The B-1's Structural Mode Control System rotates the [canard] vanes automatically to counteract turbulence and smooth out the ride.
Wikipedia: Canard (aeronautics)
Wikipedia: Rockwell B-1 Lancer