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Minister Van Loan comments on the launch of enhanced driver's licences in Ontario
B.C's enhanced driver's licence for U.S. border use goes public
Minister Van Loan comments on the launch of the Driver's Licence Plus in Quebec
Canadians encouraged to prepare for document requirements to enter the United States by land and water
Minister Day informs Canadians of new U.S. document requirements for land and water entry taking effect June 1, 2009
Minister Day reminds Canadians about new U.S. document requirements for land and water entry
Canada's First Enhanced Driver's Licence Launched in B.C.
Minister Day welcomes decision to delay passport requirements for land and sea travel under the U.S. Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative
Minister Day applauds agreement to develop enhanced driver's licence pilot
Minister Day announces progress on WHTI with the United States and increased security cooperation with Mexico
A new American law will require Canadians to carry a passport to travel by air into the U.S.
The U.S. Congress passed the 2007 Homeland Security Appropriations Bill, including an amendment to delay the WHTI until June 1, 2009.
Minister of Public Safety and Secretary of Homeland Security meet in Edmonton to discuss progress on the WHTI.
Update on the Status of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative