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pegase1972 on August 26, 2010

From what I can read thus far in the French Laguage press, more people are interested in saving Franklin and Morses Line than Jamieson's Line where I read nothing. It is honestly, locatedf in a very unpopulated area and there are alternatives that are closed.

pegase1972 on August 26, 2010

One thing to mention is that the Canadian governement tries to make sure all agent works in team of at least 2 at all borders which probably explains the reason to close some port and reduce hours at other.

Proof Sheet on August 26, 2010

Hi Pegase....great links you provided .can you provide links to some of the QC press about closing the Franklin and Morses Line crossings.

pegase1972 on August 27, 2010

In French:

http://recherche.cyberpresse.ca/cyberpresse/redirect/field/url/?document=wcm.cyberpresse.ca/article/4289727 http://recherche.cyberpresse.ca/cyberpresse/redirect/field/url/?document=wcm.cyberpresse.ca/article/4288247 http://monteregieweb.com/main+fr+01300+Fermeturededeuxpostesfrontaliers.html?ArticleID=658418 http://farnham.enregion.ca/index.asp?s=detailactualite&ID=494

pegase1972 on September 15, 2010

This port will close on the Canadian side on April 1 2011.

http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/media/facts-faits/090-eng.html

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