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The U.S. is on track to surpass China in the number of COVID-19 cases.
The U.S. president said trade will not be affected by the shutdown.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair is also defending the screening process.
Credit card purchase history is fair game for border officials. That might be a problem for Canadian cannabis consumers.
Tory MPs blame the PM for an influx of asylum-seekers in Canada.
As a writer, I believe that on the whole, writers, particularly seasoned ones, should be avoided at all cost. We are a moribund
Proponents say preclearance will facilitate the flow of people and goods between the US and Canada. Under preclearance, a traveller passes through US customs in Canada, so they do not need to do so once they enter the US, and vice-versa. There are US preclearance areas in eight Canadian airports, along with some train and ferry crossings in BC, and plans to expand this to more Canadian airports and train stations. Canadian preclearance zones would also be established for the first time in the United States.
You don't have to be doing something wrong to dread a border crossing. In fact, most Canadian travelers venturing across the border in the U.S., dread the time spent waiting in line, the awkward passport check and the uncomfortable questioning. But border crossings don't always have to be daunting, and these five simple tips can help you reach your destination with the hold-ups or the stress.
Plus one good reason to put up a wall.
JERUSALEM - The commute from Jerusalem to Ramallah is unpredictable at best. Big white commuter buses with green or blue
If you think the Canada-U.S. border is one of the most boring places on Earth, you're in for a surprise. A new video on the
One year after Obama and Harper launched an initiative to negotiate border security improvements, the two governments are making good progress. The new border order being negotiated promises to complete the transformation of our border security efforts into effective defences that pose no threat to innocent travel and commerce.
Every six days, on average, someone enrolled in Nexus is kicked out of the program after being caught trying to smuggle goods
The reality of the post-9/11 world (and the post-26/11 world, from India's point of view) is that technology plays a role in transborder travel. But Indian travellers being singled out for fingerprinting would create unnecessary distrust.