Canadian Geographic Article Index
Articles tagged with Border (21)
The devil’s drainage
What happens when the U.S. drains polluted water into a Canadian watershed?
Swim free or die
A unilateral decision by Maine blocks alewife fish from their traditional spawning grounds on the St. Croix River
What is the Canada-U.S. Border?
On the frontier between Canada and the United States, weed whackers and wile keep the boundary clear and quiet
At Smuggler’s Inn, guests are encouraged to watch illegal cross-border smuggling from the comfort of their rooms
First Nations Face Border Struggles
In a land with no lines, how do you define the end of one territory and the beginning of another?
Lynx: The Cross-border Cat
Lynx don’t care about the line between Ontario and Minnesota, and researchers on both sides are starting to pay attention
Stanstead: A Town on the Border
Efforts to boost security on the Canada-U.S. border brings a bad case of insecurity to a famously laid-back border town
Ontario’s Elvis Festival
Fans of the King gather in Collingwood every July for a cross-border cultural exchange
Drawing the line
It took almost a century of negotiation and compromise to establish the world’s longest undefended border
What is WHTI?
Source: Canadian Geographic Travel
, March 2008
Canada is implementing a massive seabed mapping project that could redraw our borders and give us access to untold amounts of natural resources
How the West was divided
A line on the map created Alberta and Saskatchewan. What if it hadn’t been drawn?
Drawing the lines
Setting the boundaries for Alberta and Saskatchewan was no easy feat. There were many competing ideas on how to carve up the prairies
Crossing the line
Is this our land?
Windsor’s border blues
Canada’s southernmost city is shaken up by tightened security at the continent’s busiest commercial border crossing
Outbreak at the border
Ontario mobilizes against a new strain of rabies