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Canada Customs:
www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/travel-voyage/menu-eng.html

U.S. Customs:
www.cbp.gov

U.S. residents crossing the U.S.-Canadian border either way normally is made without difficulty or delay. Passports are required when crossing any international border, traveling by air, land or sea. Be sure to carry your Vehicle Registration if driving to Alaska.

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Non-residents entering Canada are not permitted to carry revolvers, pistols or fully-automatic weapons under any circumstance. Personal protective sprays such as mace or pepper sprays are not allowed.

 

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