Tag Archives: cross-border issues

Did You Know?

Students in Point Roberts, a Washington town just south of Richmond, BC, cross an international border every day to attend school in their own state. That’s because the Canada-U.S border divides this peninsula from the mainland. In related news, high school administrators report abnormally high student absences because “the dog ate my passport”. **This is […]

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Introducing the Council of the Great Lakes Region

On April 12, 2013, the Mowat Centre of the University of Toronto and the Canada-U.S. Law Institute of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland successfully launched the Council of the Great Lakes Region (CGLR).  Dawson Strategic played a key role in the inception of this organization. While still maintaining DS client work, Laura Dawson will serve […]

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Jim Flaherty: Cross-Border Crusader

  I don’t know if Finance Minister Flaherty prefers to wear a sword for cross-border crusading or whether web-slinging wristbands are more his thing but since the election he has been a man on a mission.  Some of his targets: U.S. Internal Revenue Service – The Minister says the IRS is going too hard on […]

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