Canada-U.S. border

The Canada-U.S. borderlands: How our closest neighbours voted

The Democrats have won the popular vote in border counties four elections in a row, but Trump made regional inroads from sea to sea—even as he lost his bid for re-election

Arps (left) and Harris fell for each other online, but COVID-19 kept them from meeting in real life—until they learned about the Peace Arch Park (Photograph by David Tesinsky)

Falling in love on the Canada-U.S. border

Lynt Harris was in Surrey, B.C., and Julie Arps was in Ferndale, Wash. They met online while the border was closed, having to find an international loophole just to hold hands and hug.

Trudeau announces non-essential Canada-U.S. travel ban and massive stimulus: Full transcript

Trudeau’s Wednesday address from Rideau Cottage announced unprecedented measures at the border and $82 billion in economic measures for Canadian workers and businesses

The man who marks the edge of Canada

Joe Harrietha has faced off against wildfires, mosquitoes and melting permafrost as he and his team maintain thousands of Canada-U.S. boundary markers

What to expect when crossing the Canada-U.S. border

Border officials can search your phone, delay you for hours or tell you to go back to Canada. The world’s friendliest border doesn’t seem so friendly.

As Canada makes marijuana legal, the U.S. resorts to Prohibition-inspired tactics

Opinion: America’s own history reveals the depths of its reportedly old-fashioned approach to sharing a border with a nation where weed is legal

Donald Trump is Canada’s best hope for solving its border crisis

The Safe Third Country Agreement is broken. But it would be easy to get rid of if Trump actually understood the arrangement.

Haitian asylum seekers are about to test Canada’s refugee system in a big way

A new wave of asylum seekers will arrive from the U.S., and the welcome mat may no longer be out

Despite Donald Trump, Canadians are still flocking to America

Many Canadians have decided to take a pass on the U.S. for at least four years. More Canadians have decided to keep crossing the border.

What happens when asylum seekers cross the U.S.-Canada border

With asylum seekers still traveling north and crossing the border illegally, Krista Hessey explains what happens once they set foot on Canadian soil.

If you’ve ever smoked marijuana, beware of the U.S. border

Admitting to ever smoking marijuana can get you banned from the U.S.A. for life. So what happens when Canada legalizes pot?

Welcome to America?

At the boundary between Canada and the U.S, is it still business as usual for American border guards?