C ROSSING THE LINE
TRUE OR FALSE In 1932, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alta., and Glacier National Park, Mont., were joined across the 49th to create what was then the world’s largest park.
Only two provinces share border crossings with four U.S. states each. Which ones? a) British Columbia and Ontario b) Alberta and Ontario c) British Columbia and Quebec d) Ontario and Quebec
TRUE OR FALSE There are no tunnel or bridge border crossings to the United States between British Columbia and Manitoba.
Close to this many Canadians currently live in the United States. a) 100,000 c) 800,000 b) 500,000 d) 3 million
This became a requirement for Canadians entering the United States in 2009. a) Declaring all purchases in excess of $200 b) Presenting a driver’s licence or other standard government-issued identification card c) Submitting to routine vehicle searches d) Presenting a valid passport or a Nexus card
How many times does Canada’s southern border with the U.S. cross north of the 49th parallel? a) Zero times c) Three times b) Once d) Four times
About 1.5 million people cross into Canada from Washington state each year. What state is Canada’s next biggest source of visitors along the 49th parallel? a) Minnesota c) Montana b) North Dakota d) Idaho
Rank these border states in order of most to least visited annually by Canadians. a) Washington c) North Dakota b) Maine d) New York
The Ambassador Bridge, connecting Windsor, Ont., and Detroit, Mich., is the Canada-u.s. border’s — a) highest crossing c) slowest crossing b) busiest crossing d) tightest security crossing
This massive, border-crossing ecosystem is critical habitat for a high concentration of large carnivores and numerous other endangered species. a) Rocky Mountain Stronghold b) Corridor of the Sun c) Mountain Heart d) Crown of the Continent