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Re: Oh, Canada

getting into canada is relatively easy. It's the US that's the problem... especially if you look at all like Ossama... which I do
richard sales
glassWing farm and studio
vancouver island, b.c.

On 19-Jun-06, at 7:23 AM, Tony K wrote:

The last time we went to Canada, we flew from NYC to Vancouver. My wife's passport was expired so she used her French birth certificate to prove that she was an American citizen. ;)

I kid you not.


----- Original Message ----- From: "ditch wrestler" <ditchwrestler@yahoo.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 18, 2006 8:36 PM
Subject: Re: Oh, Canada

Being a Canadian, I've only lately crossed the border with birth cert. and d.l. I'd bring my passport when I had a valid one.

The wife and I are heading to SW Michingan in about two weeks and will bring only those two pieces of i.d. Of course, this will the time we draw the 'cavity search' card...

Never had any problems. I always thought it was more important to give the guard the short "yes, sire/ma'am" or "no, sir/ma'am" answers.

ted h.

Paul <paulrichard10@adelphia.net> wrote:

Has anyone traveled from the US to Canada recently?

I was told by someone that there is a requirement for 3 documents to enter the country (Passport, birth certificate, driver's license). Doesn't sound right to me - if one has a passport, why would one need a birth certificate? What if one doesn't drive?

Regards, Paul