CBSA E-mail Border Alert Service
The CBSA E-mail Border Alert Service notifies subscribers when unexpected events cause a significant disruption to normal border services. When a service disruption occurs at one of the ports listed below, a Border Alert is issued to subscribers, identifying the impacted port and recommending alternate ports of entry. The ports chosen are our busiest land border crossings.
Border Alerts will not be issued in response to normal increases in traffic volumes or planned events (such as construction at a port of entry).
We will do our best to ensure border services return to normal as soon as possible and will notify subscribers when normal operations have resumed. However, we remind subscribers to monitor all information sources, such as local media and Web sites, for updates.
Subscribers are responsible for ensuring they provide the CBSA with a valid e-mail address and may unsubscribe at any time.
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The information you provide in this document is collected under the authority of the Financial Administration Act and the Canada Border Services Agency Act, for the purpose of providing the information described in the CBSA email alert service to which you subscribe. Your information will not be disclosed or used for any purpose other than to provide the information described in each email alert service. Subscription information will not be used to create individual profiles. The CBSA will not disclose this information to any party inside or outside the federal government unless required by law. The information will not be shared with any other subscription services within the CBSA, nor will it be cross-referenced with any other CBSA information for any other purpose.
You have the right of access to and/or can make corrections to your personal information under the Privacy Act. The information collected is described within Info Source under the Personal Information Bank PSU 914 (Public Communications), which is detailed at http://www.infosource.gc.ca/emp/emp03-eng.asp.
Ports of Entry
|Province||Port of Entry|
|British Columbia||Boundary Bay|
|British Columbia||Douglas (Peace Arch)|
|British Columbia||Pacific Highway|
|New Brunswick||St. Stephen|
|New Brunswick||St. Stephen – Third Bridge|
|New Brunswick||Woodstock Road|
|Ontario||Blue Water Bridge|
|Ontario||Detroit and Canada Tunnel|
|Ontario||Fort Frances Bridge|
|Ontario||Sault Ste. Marie|
|Ontario||Thousand Islands Bridge (Lansdowne)|
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