Just like Nigeria shares land borders with Republic of Benin in the west, Niger in the North, Chad and Cameroon in the east, so do most Canadian provinces share land borders with various states in the US.
Ontario - Minnesota, Michigan, New York
Quebec - Maine, New York, New Hampshire, Vermont
New Brunswick - Maine
Manitoba - Minnesota, North Dakota
British Columbia - Alaska, Idaho, Washington
Saskatchewan - Montana, North Dakota
Alberta - Montana
This is good news as it means that you can drive into the United States from Canada. You can go on a road trip with friends and family or drive down to visit a friend or relative in the United States. In order to cross the Canada - US border as a Canadian permanent resident, you are required to apply for a non-immigrant visa and present this to US customs officials. As a Canadian citizen you will be required to present documentation as proof at the border crossing. Parents travelling with children are required to show supporting documents and may also be asked for a signed consent letter confirming that the child has permission to travel abroad if travelling without their spouse. Similar to airports, some border crossings also have duty free shops with specified duty free allowance. If you are given the opportunity to take a road trip to the United States this forthcoming summer, which state would you explore first? Comment, like and subscribe.