Vigilance at US-Canada Border
- Cross-border litigation involving Canadian and U.S. litigants. Smith, T. Bradbrooke // Canada-United States Law Journal;1991, Vol. 17, p261
Discusses areas of litigation in the Canada-United States cross-border context. Includes those between the two states; Between individuals or corporations; Between individuals or corporation in one state and the other foreign state or one its emanations.
- Border control plan opposed. // Traffic World;11/24/97, Vol. 252 Issue 8, p16
Reports that the Canadian government and the trucking industry are calling for amendments of the Section 110 of the 1996 Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act. Provisions' projected creation of congestion in the United States-Canadian border.
- U.S.-Canada border anniversary. // American History;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p9
Reports on ceremonies to commemorate the anniversary of the establishment of the Niagara River as the border of the United States and Canada on August 10-11, 1796. History of the transfer of the Fort Niagara to the Americans; Treaty of Ghent giving the Americans control of the fort.
- CONSORTIUM RUNS FOR THE BORDER. // ENR: Engineering News-Record;06/25/2001, Vol. 246 Issue 25, p24
Reports on a proposal made by a United States-Canadian consortium to build a bridge at the U.S.-Canadian borders. Specific location of the proposed bridge; Importance of building the bridge; Length and design of the proposed bridge; Costs of the proposed bridge.
- The Pig War. Bown, Stephen // Beaver;Oct/Nov2000, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p35
Focuses on the conflict between Canada and the United States regarding a cluster of forested islands that lie in the Strait of Georgia midway between Bellingham, Washington and Victoria, British Columbia. Definition of the border according to the Oregon Boundary Treaty of 1846; Economic and...
- The Case of the Friendly Foreigners. Schubert, Paul // Saturday Evening Post;8/2/1958, Vol. 231 Issue 5, p22
Focuses on the confusion among Canadians and U.S. citizens in determining the boundaries of their countries. Lack of visible signs that would indicate the boundaries of two countries; Legal problems faced by residents of both countries; Significance of the border problem to agriculture.
- Cracking the Commerce Combination. Morton, Roger // Transportation & Distribution;May2002, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p22
Deals with the efforts of the U.S. and Canadian governments to enhance border security to keep commerce flowing between the countries. Action plan for the creation of a secure border; Clearance of shipments; Management of international shipments. INSETS: How PAPS Passes the Border;Action Plan...
- CANADA TO SPEND $4.9 BILLION ON BORDER SECURITY. D'Amico, Esther // Chemical Week;12/19/2001, Vol. 163 Issue 46, p13
Reports on the plans of the government of Canada to allocate funds to tighten security and to improve traffic flow at its United States border. Breakdown of the budget.
- Border crossing: A regional future for New England and Atlantic canada? Tomblin, Stephen G. // Connection (0895-6405);Spring97, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p34
Focuses on the United States-Canadian state-provincial relations and regionalism. North-south integration and the erosion of nation-state loyalties seen by Atlantic Canadians as an attack on the independence and the Canadian traditions of equalization and social welfare; Debate over regional...