BOUNDARIES separate BC from the American states of Washington, Idaho and Montana to the south, from Alberta on the east, from the Northwest Territories and the Yukon on the north and from Alaska in the northwest. The southern boundary with the US stretches 640 km from AKAMINA PASS in the ROCKY MTS along the 49th parallel of latitude to the Pacific just south of TSAWWASSEN. There are 22 border crossings used by motor vehicles along the border with the US. The border continues westward out into...

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