May 16, 2014

Could U.S. Stick Canada with Border Bill?

Jeffrey Simpson, Globe and Mail

The Associated Press

A new bridge between St. Stephen, N.B., and Calais, Me., stood unused for a year. Why? Because the U.S. government had not appropriated funds in time to build a customs plaza on the Maine side of the border. Could something similar happen to a much larger crossing at Windsor-Detroit, where a new bridge has finally received all major approvals necessary on both sides of the border?

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TAGGED: Detroit, Michigan, Windsor, United States, Canada

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