Shipping Rules Hard to Enforce

While Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he expects ships from other countries to comply with new rules requiring them when they pass through Canadian waters to notify Canadian authorities, he admitted there will likely be some international opposition, the Globe and Mail reported last week.

Published: Wednesday, 09/03/2008 12:00 am EDT

While Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he expects ships from other countries to comply with new rules requiring them when they pass through Canadian waters to notify Canadian authorities, he admitted there will likely be some international opposition, the Globe and Mail reported last week. "It'll be interesting to see. I expect that some countries may object," he said. Mr. Harper was in the Arctic last week.

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