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					       Year Signed      Treaty
Still in force? Year Info ForceCategory
Yes        1794   1795 Amity
Yes        1796   1796 Amity
Yes        1814   1815 Amity
Yes        1871   1871 Amity
Yes        1988   1988 Arctic
Yes        1955   1955 Atomic Energy
Yes        1955   1955 Atomic Energy
Yes        1959   1959 Atomic Energy
Yes        1987   1987 Atomic Energy
Yes        1993   1993 Atomic Energy
Yes        2004   2004 Atomic Energy
Yes        2007   2007 Atomic Energy
Yes        1938   1938 Aviation
Yes        1949   1949 Aviation
Yes        1949   1949 Aviation
Yes        1963   1963 Aviation
Yes        1978   1978 Aviation
Yes        1984   1984 Aviation
Yes        1996   1996 Aviation
Yes        2000   2000 Aviation
Yes        2001   2003 Aviation
Yes        2007   2007 Aviation
Yes        1818   1819 Boundaries
Yes        1842   1842 Boundaries
Yes        1846   1846 Boundaries
Yes        1870   1870 Boundaries
Yes        1873   1873 Boundaries
Yes        1903   1903 Boundaries
Yes        1905   1905 Boundaries
Yes        1906   1906 Boundaries
Yes        1908   1908 Boundaries
Yes        1910   1910 Boundaries
Yes        1925   1925 Boundaries
Yes        1979   1981 Boundaries
Yes        1954   1854 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1909   1910 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1925   1925 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1935   1935 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1938   1940 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1940   1940 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1941   1941 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1944   1944 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1950   1950 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1952   1952 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1953   1953 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes        1959   1959 BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes   1961   1964   BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes   1978   1979   BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes   1984   1984   BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes   1984   1984   BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes   1988   1988   BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes   1989   1989   BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes   1999   1999   BOUNDARY WATERS
Yes   1964   1964   CAMPOBELLO
Yes   1986   1986   CIVIL DEFENSE
Yes   1935   1935   CLAIMS
Yes   1944   1944   CLAIMS
Yes   1944   1944   CLAIMS
Yes   1946   1946   CLAIMS
Yes   1949   1950   CLAIMS
Yes   1916   1916   CONSERVATION
Yes   1981   1981   CONSERVATION
Yes   1987   1987   CONSERVATION
Yes   1815   1815   CONSULS
Yes   1935   1935   CONSULS
Yes   1942   1942   CUSTOMS
Yes   1984   1985   CUSTOMS
Yes   1940   1940   DEFENSE
Yes   1941   1941   DEFENSE
Yes   1941   1941   DEFENSE
Yes   1941   1941   DEFENSE
Yes   1944   1944   DEFENSE
Yes   1945   1945   DEFENSE
Yes   1947   1947   DEFENSE
Yes   1949   1949   DEFENSE
Yes   1949   1949   DEFENSE
Yes   1951   1951   DEFENSE
Yes   1952   1952   DEFENSE
Yes   1952   1953   DEFENSE
Yes   1955   1955   DEFENSE
Yes   1955   1955   DEFENSE
Yes   1955   1955   DEFENSE
Yes   1955   1955   DEFENSE
Yes   1958   1958   DEFENSE
Yes   1959   1959   DEFENSE
Yes   1959   1959   DEFENSE
Yes   1959   1959   DEFENSE
Yes   1961   1961   DEFENSE
Yes   1965   1965   DEFENSE
Yes   1966   1966   DEFENSE
Yes   1967   1967   DEFENSE
Yes   1970   1970   DEFENSE
Yes   1971   1971   DEFENSE
Yes   1971   1971   DEFENSE
Yes   1975   1975   DEFENSE
Yes   1976   1976   DEFENSE
Yes   1976   1976   DEFENSE
Yes   1976   1976   DEFENSE
Yes   1976   1976   DEFENSE
Yes   1977   1977   DEFENSE
Yes   1977   1977   DEFENSE
Yes   1977   1977   DEFENSE
Yes   1979   1979   DEFENSE
Yes   1981   1981   DEFENSE
Yes   1983   1983   DEFENSE
Yes   1983   1983   DEFENSE
Yes   1984   1984   DEFENSE
Yes   1984   1984   DEFENSE
Yes   1985   1985   DEFENSE
Yes   1985   1985   DEFENSE
Yes   1978   1987   DEFENSE
Yes   1987   1987   DEFENSE
Yes   1988   1988   DEFENSE
Yes   1991   1991   DEFENSE
Yes   1993   1993   DEFENSE
Yes   1993   1993   DEFENSE
Yes   1994   1994   DEFENSE
Yes   1994   1994   DEFENSE
Yes   1995   1995   DEFENSE
Yes   1996   1996   DEFENSE
Yes   1996   1996   DEFENSE
Yes   1996   1996   DEFENSE
Yes   1999   1999   DEFENSE
Yes   1999   1999   DEFENSE
Yes   2000   2000   DEFENSE
Yes   2002   2002   DEFENSE
Yes   2002   2002   DEFENSE
Yes   2002   2002   DEFENSE
Yes   2003   2003   DEFENSE
Yes   2003   2003   DEFENSE
Yes   2006   2006   DEFENSE
Yes   2007   2007   DEFENSE
Yes   2007   2007   DEFENSE
Yes                 DEFENSE
Yes                 DEFENSE
Yes                 DEFENSE
Yes                 DEFENSE
Yes   1942   1942   ECONOMIC AND TECHNICALCOOPERATION
Yes   1999   1999   EDUCATION
Yes   1985   1985   EMBASSY SITES
Yes   1980   1980   EMPLOYMENT
Yes   1971   1976   EXTRADITION
      1940   1940   FINANCE
      1970   1970   FIRE PROTECTION
      1971   1971   FIRE PROTECTION
      1982   1982   FIRE PROTECTION
      1912   1912   FISHERIES
      1950   1950   FISHERIES
      1953   1953   FISHERIES
      1954   1955   FISHERIES
      1985   1985   FISHERIES
      1990   1991   FISHERIES
      1995   1995   FISHERIES
      1997   2002   FISHERIES
      1929   1929   HEALTH AND SANITATION
      1975   1975   HEALTH AND SANITATION
      1942   1942   HIGHWAYS
      1942   1942   HIGHWAYS
      1942   1942   HIGHWAYS
      1942   1942   HIGHWAYS
      1943   1943   HIGHWAYS
      1943   1943   HIGHWAYS
      1977   1977   HIGHWAYS
      1977   1977   HOUSING
      1938   1938   JUDICIAL PROCEDURE
      1977   1977   JUDICIAL PROCEDURE
      1985   1990   JUDICIAL PROCEDURE
      1995   1995   JUDICIAL PROCEDURE
      1942   1942   LABOR
      1942   1942   LABOR
      1955   1956   LABOR
      2000   2000   MAPPING
      1908   1908   MARITIME MATTERS
      1933   1934   MARITIME MATTERS
      1938   1940   MARITIME MATTERS
      1974   1974   MARITIME MATTERS
      1977   1977   MARITIME MATTERS
      1979   1979   MARITIME MATTERS
      1981   1981   MARITIME MATTERS
      1966   1966   METEOROLOGICAL RESEARCH
      1817   1817   NAVALVESSELS
      1939   1939   NAVALVESSELS
      1940   1940   NAVALVESSELS
      1946   1946   NAVALVESSELS
Yes   1971   1971 NAVIGATION
Yes   1976   1976 NAVIGATION
Yes   1977   1977 NAVIGATION
Yes   1978   1978   NAVIGATION
Yes   1979   1979   NAVIGATION
Yes   1980   1980   NAVIGATION
Yes   1984   1984   NAVIGATION
Yes   1940   1941   PACIFIC SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES
Yes   1946   1946   PATENTS
Yes   1972   1972   PIPELINES
Yes   1974   1974   PIPELINES
Yes   1977   1977   PIPELINES
Yes   1977   1978   PIPELINES
Yes   1978   1978   PIPELINES
Yes   1980   1980   PIPELINES
Yes   1985   1985   PIPELINES
Yes   1986   1986   PIPELINES
Yes   1991   1991   PIPELINES
Yes   1901   1901   POSTAL MATTERS
Yes   1979   1979   POSTAL MATTERS
Yes   1981   1982   POSTAL MATTERS
Yes   1977   1978   Prisoner Transfer
Yes   1993   1993   Privileges and Immunities
Yes   1899   1922   Property
Yes   1921   1922   Property
Yes   2002   2004 Refugees
Yes   1994   1994 Remote Sensing
Yes   2000   2000 Remote Sensing
Yes   1994   1994 Sanctions
Yes   1963   1963   Satellites
Yes   1971   1971   Satellites
Yes   1991   1991   Satellites
Yes   2005   2005   Satellites
Yes   1983   1983   Scientific Cooperation
Yes   1997   1997   Scientific Cooperation
Yes   2004   2004 Scientific Cooperation
Yes   1987   1987 Seabeds
Yes   1966   1966 Sewage Disposal System
Yes   1948   1948 Shellfish
Yes   1924   1925 Smuggling
Yes   1967   1967 Social Security
Yes   1981   1984 Social Security
Yes   1981   1984   Social Security
Yes   1983   1984   Social Security
Yes   1996   1997   Social Security
Yes   1976   1976   Space Cooperation
Yes   1985   1985   Space Cooperation
Yes   1994   1994   Space Cooperation
Yes   1996   1996   Space Cooperation
Yes   1996   1996   Space Cooperation
Yes   1997   1997   Space Cooperation
Yes   2003   2003   Space Cooperation
Yes   1947   1947   Surplus Property
Yes   1961   1961   Surplus Property
Yes   1943   1943   Taxation
Yes   1973   1973   Taxation
Yes   1980   1984   Taxation
Yes   1983   1984   Taxation
Yes   1984   1984   Taxation
Yes   1995   1995   Taxation
Yes   1997   1997   Taxation
Yes   1929   1929   TELECOMMUNICATION
Yes   1947   1947   TELECOMMUNICATION
Yes   1951   1952   TELECOMMUNICATION
Yes   1962   1962   TELECOMMUNICATION
Yes   1973   1975   TELECOMMUNICATION
Yes   1984   1984   TELECOMMUNICATION
Yes   1994   1994   TELEVISION
Yes   1850   1850   TERRITORIAL ACQUISITION
No    1854   1854   TRADE AND COMMERCE
No    1935   1935   TRADE AND COMMERCE
      1939   1939   TRADE AND COMMERCE
      1939   1939   TRADE AND COMMERCE
      1940   1940   TRADE AND COMMERCE
      1940   1940   TRADE AND COMMERCE
      1941   1941   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1947   1947   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1953   1953   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1955   1955   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1965   1965   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1965   1966   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1967   1967   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1979   1979   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1979   1981   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1979   1981   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1979   1981   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1984   1984   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1987   1987   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1988   1989   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1993   1993   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1993   1993   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1993   1993   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1993   1993   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1993   1993   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1993   1993   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1992   1994   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1994   1994   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1994   1994   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1995   1995   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1997   1997   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1997   1997   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1998   1998   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1998   1998   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1999   1999   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1999   1999   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   2002   2002   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   2002   2002   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   2003   2003   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   2004   2004   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   2004   2004   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   2004   2004   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   2006   2006   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   2006   2006   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   2007   2007   TRADE AND COMMERCE
Yes   1975   1975   WEATHER MODIFICATION
Name of Treaty                                                        Extensions and Amendments
Treaty of amity, commecrce and navigation between the United States and Great Britain (Jay Treaty
Explanatory article to article 3 of the November 19, 1794 treaty of amity, commerce and navigation between the United States a
Treaty of peace and amity between the United States and Great Britain
Treaty for an amicable settlement of all causesof differences between the United States andGreat Britain (Treaty of Washingto
Agreement on Arctic cooperation
Agreement for cooperation on civil uses ofatomic energy               June, 26 1956 (8 UST 275; TIAS 3771;279 UNTS 318); Jun
Agreement for cooperation regarding atomicinformation for mutual defense purposes
Agreement for cooperation on uses of atomicenergy for mutual defense purposes.
Agreement regarding participation in theinternational piping integrity research group
Agreement concerning cooperation on theapplication of non-proliferation assurances toCanadian uranium to be transferred from
Agreement relating to participation in theUSNRC program of severe accident research
Administrative arrangement for cooperation andthe exchange of information in nuclearregulatory matters, with appendices.
Arrangement relating to the issuance ofcertificates of competency or licenses for thepiloting of civil aircraft.
Agreement relating to cooperation between theUnited States and Canada in air search andrescue operations along the commo
Agreement relating to the use by civil aircraft ofStephenville and Argentia military air bases inNewfoundland
Agreement concerning air traffic control.
                                                                      Amendment:
Memorandum of agreement relating to theprovision of flight inspection services. February 4 and 24, 1982 (TIAS 10565; 1871 U
Agreement concerning the airworthiness andenvironmental certification of imported civilaeronautical products.
Memorandum of cooperation for mutualcooperation in the area of civil aviation research,engineering and development, with an
Agreement for promotion of aviation safety
Agreement on air transport preclearance, withannexes and agreed minute
Air transport agreement, with annexes
Convention respecting fisheries, boundary andthe restoration of slaves
                                                                      the United States andthe possessions of July 12, 1889(See
Treaty to settle and define the boundariesbetween the territories of Article 10 supplemented by conventionof Her Britannic Maje
Treaty establishing the boundary in the territoryon the northwest coast of America lying westwardof the Rocky Mountains (Oreg
Declaration adopting maps of boundary preparedby the Joint Commission of the NorthwestBoundary for surveying and marking
Protocol of a conference respecting thenorthwest water boundary.
                                                                      Obsolete except for first paragraph with
Convention providing for the settlement ofquestions between the United States and theUnited Kingdomof I. respect to the boun
Acceptance of the report of the commissionersto complete the award under the convention ofJanuary 24, 1903 respecting the b
Convention providing for the surveying andmarking out upon the ground of the 141st degreeof west longitude where said merid
Treaty concerning the Canadian internationalboundary.
Treaty concerning the boundary line inPassamaquoddy Bay.
Treaty in regard to the boundary between theUnited States and Canada.
Treaty to submit to binding dispute settlementthe delimitation of the maritime boundary in theGulf of Maine Area, with annexed
                                                                      Related agreementsOctober 24, 1956
Agreement relating to the St. Lawrence seawayproject for the construction of certain navigationfacilities. (7 UST 2865; TIAS 3
                                                                      AmendmentFebruary 21 and June 19, and (30 UST
Treaty relating to the boundary waters andquestions arising along the boundary betweenthe United States 1979Canada. 5998;T
Convention to regulate the level of the Lake ofthe Woods, with an accompanying protocol andan agreement.
Arrangement relating to the level of LakeMemphremagog.
Convention providing for emergency regulationof the level of Rainy Lake and of certain otherboundary waters.
Arrangement relating to the early developmentof certain portions of the Great Lakes-St. LawrenceBasin project (Long Lac-Ogo
                                                                      ExtensionAugust 31 and September 7, 1944 (58 Stat. 1437;
Agreement relating to the temporary raising oflevel of Lake St. Francis during low-waterperiods.
Agreement relating to the Upper ColumbiaRiver Basin.
Treaty relating to uses of waters of the NiagaraRiver.                Related agreementsSeptember 13, 1954 (5 UST 1979; TIAS
Agreement relating to the St. Lawrence seawayproject for the construction of certain navigationfacilities.
Agreement establishing the St. Lawrence RiverJoint Board of Engineers.
Agreement governing tolls on the St. LawrenceSeaway.                  AmendmentsMarch 20, 1978 (29 UST 3165; TIAS 9003).No
                                                                        Related agreementOctober
Treaty relating to cooperative development ofthe water resources of the Columbia RiverBasin. 4, 1965 (16 UST 1263; TIAS 58
Agreement governing the operation of pilotageon the Great Lakes. AmendmentsFebruary 12, 1991 (TIAS 11813; 1853 UNTS 4
Treaty relating to the Skagit River and Ross
 Lake, and the Seven Mile Reservoir on the Pend
    d’Oreille River, with annex.
Treaty relating to the Skagit River and Ross
 Lake, and the Seven Mile Reservoir on the Pend
    d’Oreille River, with annex.
Agreement concerning cooperation in floodcontrol, with construction plan.
                                                                        AmendmentsDecember 20 and 22, 2000.January 14 and Ju
Agreement for water supply and flood control inthe Souris River Basin, with annexes.
                                                  to                                               States, with attachment.
Agreement for the sale of Canada’s entitlement
 downstream power benefits within the United
 of article V terminatedOctob
                                                                        NOTE1 Paragraphs 3, 4, and 5
Agreement relating to the establishment of theRoosevelt Campobello International Park.
Agreement on cooperation in comprehensivecivil emergency planning and management, withannex.
Convention for the establishment of a tribunal todecide questions of indemnity arising from theoperation of the smelter at Trail,
Agreement relating to claims arising out oftraffic accidents involving vehicles of the armedforces of the United States and Cana
Agreement relating to waiver of certain claimsinvolving government vessels.
Agreement relating to the settlement of certainwar accounts and claims.
Agreement supplementary to the conventionsigned April 15, 1935 for the establishment of atribunal to decide questions of inde
                                                                        and Canada.
Convention for the protection of migratory birdsin the United States AmendmentDecember 14, 1995 (TIAS 12721).
Arrangement prohibiting the importation ofraccoon dogs.
Caribou Herd, with annex.
Convention to regulate commerce (V) betweenthe United States and the United Kingdom.
Arrangement relating to visits of consularofficers to citizens of their own country servingsentences in penal institutions.
Agreement relating to importation privileges forgovernment officials and employees.
Agreement regarding mutual assistance andcooperation between customs administrations.
Declaration by the Prime Minister of Canadaand the President of the United States ofAmerica regarding the establishing of aPe
                                                                         notes.
Agreement regarding leased naval and air bases,and exchanges ofAmendmentMay 22, 1985.
Protocol concerning the defense ofNewfoundland.
Arrangement relating to visits in uniform bymembers of defense forces.
Agreement relating to payment for certaindefense installations in Canada and at GooseBay, Labrador.
Agreement relating to reconversion of industry.
Agreement relating to the leased naval base atArgentia, Newfoundland.   AmendmentMay 22, 1985.
Agreement establishing a Joint IndustrialMobilization Committee.
Agreement relating to a final settlement for allwar surplus property disposed of pursuant to theagreements effected by exchang
                                                                        Related agreementsMay 25,
Agreement relating to the extension andcoordination of the continental radar defensesystem.1 1964 (15 UST 665; TIAS 5587
Agreement modifying the leased basesagreement of March 27, 1941 with the UnitedKingdom concerning bases in Canada.
Agreement relating to the application of theNATO status of forces agreement to U.S. forcesin Canada, including those at the le
Agreement on the establishment and operationof a distant early warning system between theUnited States and Canada.
Agreement relating to the establishment andoperation of certain radar stations in theNewfoundland-Labrador area.
Agreement relating to the construction andoperation of certain radar stations in BritishColumbia, Ontario, and Nova Scotia.1
Agreement relating to the construction of a
 petroleum products pipeline between the United
   States Air Force dock at St. John’s
Agreement providing for the establishment of aCanada-United States Committee on JointDefense.
Agreement relating to communications facilitiesat Cape Dyer, Baffin Island to support theGreenland extension of the distant ea
                                                                        AmendmentSeptember 19 and 23, 1961 (12 UST 1357; TIA
Agreement relating to the establishment,maintenance and operation of short rangetactical air navigation (TACAN) facilities inCa
Agreement relating to the establishment of aballistic missile early warning system.
                                                                        AmendmentsMay 6, 1964 (15 UST
Agreement relating to the extension andstrengthening of the continental air defensesystem (CADIN). 427; TIAS 5574;524 UN
Agreement concerning the establishment,operation and maintenance of certain ground-toaircommunications facilities in northe
Agreement relating to the establishment of aferry service between North Sydney, NovaScotia and Argentia, Newfoundland, with
Agreement relating to the winter maintenance ofthe Haines Road.
Agreement relating to the use of certain facilitiesat the United States Air Force Pinetree radar siteat Hopedale, Labrador.
Agreement relating to the transfer of the Redcliffsite to Canada.
Agreement relating to new financial arrangementsto govern the operation and maintenanceof Pinetree radar stations in Canada
Lease of three radar sets (AN/PPS-15) toCanada, with general provisions.
Agreement relating to the installation, operation,and maintenance of a circuit for narrative recordtraffic between the defense ag
                                                                      ExtensionJune range in 1986 (TIAS 11368; 2194 UNTS 29
Agreement relating to the continued operationand maintenance of the torpedo test 3 and 17,theStrait of Georgia and the installa
Agreement relating to the purchase by Canada ofeighteen Lockheed P-3 long-range patrolaircraft, with related notes.
Agreement relating to the continued use offacilities at Goose Bay airport by the UnitedStates, with annex.
Memorandum of understanding concerningregion operations control center.
Agreement relating to performance evaluation ofa variable depth sonar system in conjunctionwith a high speed surface vessel,
Undertaking relating to the examination andaudit of certain subcontracts awarded to Prattand Whitney of Canada, with memora
Memorandum of understanding pertaining tocoordination of cooperative research anddevelopment
Letter of agreement concerning narrative recordtelecommunication interface arrangements, withappendices.
Agreement concerning the test and evaluation ofUnited States defense weapons systems inCanada.
Mutual logistical support agreement, withannexes.
Master data exchange arrangement.
Memorandum of understanding on the exchangeof service personnel between the United StatesMarine Corps and Canadian F
Agreement regarding modernization of theNorth American Air Defense System, withmemorandum of understanding.
Memorandum of understanding on reciprocaltraining of reserve officers between theCanadian Land Forces Command and Sta
Memorandum of understanding concerningNAVSTAR global positioning system, withannex.
Memorandum of understanding on aviationcooperation.
Memorandum of understanding concerning thepersonnel exchange program between the UnitedStates Navy and the Canadian
                                                                      AmendmentSeptember 24 and October
Memorandum of understanding concerning theexchange of defense professional personnel,with annexes. 1, 2004.
Agreement concerning cooperative testing andevaluation of defense systems.
Memorandum of understanding concerningdefense communications service, with annex andappendices.
Agreement concerning the establishment ofcertain mutual defense commitments.
Memorandum of understanding concerning themeasures to be taken for the transfer, securityand safeguarding of technical info
                                                                      AmendmentsMay 27 and June 23,
Memorandum of understanding concerningcounterterrorism research and development, withannex. 2004.June 19 and 22, 20
                                                                      Amendment and extensionJune 16, 2000 (TIAS 12740).Aug
Agreement regarding the organization andoperations of the North American AerospaceDefense Command (NORAD).
Memorandum of understanding for technologyresearch and development projects, with annex.
Agreement on a full and final settlement of allclaims for costs of environmental clean-up atformer U.S. military installations in C
Memorandum of understanding concerningmutual support, with annex.
Memorandum of understanding concerningdevelopment, documentation, production andinitial fielding of military satellitecommu
                                                                      AmendmentsJanuary 28 and 30, 2002.August 27 and 31, 20
Agreement for the loan of light armouredvehicles (LAV IIIs) for concept evaluation.
Agreement concerning the cooperativeframework for system development anddemonstration of the joint strike fighter.
Memorandum of understanding for Test andEvaluation Program (TEP) cooperation.
                                                                       arrangements for NorthAmerican security.
Agreement regarding cooperation in broadeningbi-national defenseExtensionJuly 28 and November 29, 2004.
Project arrangement concerning improvedballistic protection
Memorandum of understanding regarding theassignment of a Canadian forces officer as avisiting faculty instructor at the Unite
Agreement on the North American AerospaceDefense Command.
Memorandum of understanding concerningbattle control system - fixed (BSC-F)modernization, with annex.
                                                                      NOTES1 submarineexercise data.
Agreement regarding military informationexchange annex (MIEA) concerningProvisions are terminated to the extent that they a
Arrangement relating to naval and air bases.
Hyde Park agreement.
                                                                      AmendmentMay for securitypurposes. Announced in Ottaw
United States-Canadian Permanent Joint Boardon Defense to continue collaboration22, 1985.
Agreement relating to economic cooperation fordefense.
Agreement relating to post-war economicsettlements.
                                                                      AmendmentJuly
Agreement for the establishment of a binationaleducational exchange foundation. 29, 2003.
Agreement concerning construction of newchanceries in Washington and Ottawa.
                                                                      AmendmentOctober 3 and November 13, 1997.
Arrangement relating to the employment ofdependents of government employees.
                                                                       and July 9, 1974.1
Treaty on extradition, as amended by exchangeof notes of June 28 AmendmentsJanuary 11, 1988 (1853 UNTS 407).January 1
Agreement relating to exemptions fromexchange control measures.
Agreement relating to the participation of theProvinces of New Brunswick and Quebec in thenortheastern interstate forest fire p
Agreement concerning cooperation in thedetection and suppression of forest fires alongthe boundary between the Yukon Territ
Arrangement on mutual assistance in fightingforest fires.             Exchange of notes at Ottawa May 4 and 7, 1982.
Agreement adopting, with certain modifications,the rules and method of procedure recommendedin the award of September 7,
Convention for the extension to halibut fishingvessels of port privileges on the Pacific Coastsof the United States of America an
CANADA — FISHERIES^
                                                  AmendmentMarchNorthern Pacific Ocean and
 9855).
                            Convention for the preservation of the halibut
fishery of the 29, 1979 (32 UST 2483; TIAS Bering Sea.
Convention on Great Lakes fisheries.                                  AmendmentApril 5, 1966 and May 19, 1967 (18 UST 1402;T
                                                                      AmendmentsJuly
Treaty concerning Pacific salmon, with annexesand memorandum of understanding. 24 and August 12, 1998.June 30, 1999.De
CANADA — FISHERIES^
        Agreement on fisheries enforcement.
Agreement on the establishment of a mediationprocedure regarding the Pacific Salmon Treaty.
                                                                      AmendmentsOctober 3 and 9, 1997.August 21 and Septem
Treaty on Pacific Coast albacore tuna vesselsand port privileges, with annexes.
Arrangement concerning quarantine inspectionof vessels entering Puget Sound and watersadjacent thereto or the Great Lakes
Memorandum of understanding on themonitoring of food, beverage and sanitaryservices provided on common carriers operatin
Agreement providing for the construction of amilitary highway to Alaska.
Agreement relating to the southern terminus ofthe Alaska Highway.
Agreement relating to the construction of flightstrips along the Alaska Highway.
Agreement relating to the construction of theHaines-Champagne section of the AlaskaHighway.
Agreement relating to access to the AlaskaHighway.
Agreement relating to the designation of the
                                                   to
                                               highway from Dawson Creek, British Columbia,
 Fairbanks, Alaska, as the “Alask
Agreement relating to cooperation inreconstruction of Canadian portions of theAlaska Highway.
Memorandum of understanding on cooperationin the field of housing and urban affairs.
Arrangement relating to the admission topractice before patent offices.
Procedures for mutual assistance in the administrationof justice in connection with the BoeingCompany matter.
Treaty on mutual legal assistance in criminalmatters, with annex.
Agreement regarding the sharing of forfeitedassets and equivalent funds.
Agreement relating to unemployment insurance benefits.                Amendments- July 31 and September 11, 1951, October 29
                                                   and
Agreement relating to workmen’s compensation
 unemployment insurance in connection with
             construction projects in Cana
Agreement relating to the extension of theCanadian Unemployment Insurance Act toCanadian employees of the United States
Memorandum of understanding concerningglobal geospatial information and servicescooperation.
Treaty providing for reciprocal rights for UnitedStates and Canada in matters of conveyance ofprisoners and wrecking and salv
Load line convention.
Agreement relating to reciprocal recognition ofload line regulations for vessels engaged ininternational voyages on the Great La
Search and rescue agreement, with attachment
Memorandum of understanding concerningreciprocal recognition of Great Lakes load lines.
Agreement for a cooperative vessel trafficmanagement system for the Juan de Fuca region,with annex.
Memorandum of understanding concerningcooperation in marine transportation technologyand systems research and developm
                                                                   AmendmentFebruary 13 and April 24, 1969
Agreement relating to the establishment of acooperative meteorological rocket project atCold Lake, Alberta.
Agreement relating to naval forces on theAmerican Lakes (Rush-Bagot Agreement).
Agreement relating to the construction of navalvessels on the Great Lakes (interpretation of theRush-Bagot Agreement).
Agreement relating to the armament of navalvessels to be incapable of immediate use(interpretation of the Rush-Bagot Agreem
Agreement relating to naval vessels for trainingnaval reserve personnel (interpretation of theRush-Bagot Agreement).
Agreement relating to the establishment of aLoran-A station at Gray Point, British Columbia.
                                                                  AmendmentMay 3 and 8, 1991 (TIAS 11836; 1853 UNTS 41
Agreement relating to the construction, operationand maintenance of a Loran-C station in thevicinity of Williams Lake, British C
                                                                    power chain, with annex.
Agreement relating to the establishment of anexperimental Loran-CExtensionOctober 23 and December 5, 1980 (32 UST 4229
Agreement concerning four OMEGA navigationsystem monitoring stations in Canada.
Agreement relating to the construction, operationand maintenance of a Loran-C station inBritish Columbia.
                                                                    ExtensionDecember 5, oficebreaking operations in the Grea
Agreement relating to coordination between theUnited States and Canadian Coast Guards 2005.
Agreement for the establishment, operation andmaintenance of two Loran-C chains for theCanadian east coast and the Labrad
Treaty amending in their application to Canadacertain provisions of the treaty for the advancementof peace between the United
Agreement relating to the mutual interchange ofpatent rights in connection with RDX and otherexplosives.
                                                                    committee on waterquality in the St. John River and its tribu
Agreement relating to the establishment of aCanada-United States AmendmentFebruary 22, 1984 (35 UST 4426; TIAS 10947)
Agreement relating to the establishment of jointpollution contingency plans for spills of oil andother noxious substances.
Agreement concerning transit pipelines.
                                                                    AmendmentJune
Agreement on principles applicable to a northernnatural gas pipeline, with annexes. 6, 1978 (29 UST 3621; TIAS 9030;1230 U
                                                                 AmendmentsOctober 16, 1983 (35 UST 2370; TIAS 10798)
Agreement on Great Lakes water quality, 1978,with annexes and terms of reference.
Memorandum of intent concerningtransboundary air pollution, with annex.
Memorandum of understanding regardingaccidental and unauthorized discharges ofpollutants along the inland boundary, witha
                                                                 AmendmentNovember 4 and 25, 1992.
Agreement concerning the transboundarymovement of hazardous waste.
Agreement on air quality, with annexes.                         AmendmentDecember 7, 2000.
Money order agreement.
International express mail agreement, withdetailed regulations.
Postal convention, with detailed regulations.
Treaty on the execution of penal sentences
Agreement concerning the privileges andimmunities of members of the administrativeand technical staffs of the Embassy of Ca
Convention between the United States and theUnited Kingdom relating to tenure anddisposition of real and personal property.
Supplementary convention providing for theaccession of the Dominion of Canada to the realand personal property convention o
Agreement for cooperation in the examination ofrefugee status claims from nationals of thirdcountries.
Agreement on cooperation in the BorealEcosystem-Atmosphere Study (BOREAS).
Agreement concerning the operation ofcommercial remote sensing satellite systems,with annexes
Agreement confirming acceptance by Canada ofthe terms of the memorandum of understandingof August 1, 1994, for a multin
Agreement on cooperation in inter-continentaltesting in connection with experimentalcommunications satellites.
Agreement regarding an experimental communications technology satellite project with memorandum of understanding.
Agreement concerning cooperation on the RADARSAT Project.
Agreement for cooperation in the CloudSat mission
Memorandum of understanding concerning the furnishing of balloon launching and associated services.
Agreement regarding allocation of intellectual property rights, interests and royalties for intellectual property created or furnishe
Agreement for cooperation in science and technology for critical infrastructure protection and border security.
                                                                    Parties to the multilateral agreement of August 14, 1987 are
Agreement relating to the agreement of August 14, 1987 on the resolution of practical problems with respect to deep seabed m
Agreement relating to the construction of a sewage line from Dunseith, North Dakota to Boissevain, Manitoba
Agreement providing for cooperative efforts to be directed toward sanitary control of the shellfish industry
Convention to suppress smuggling.
Agreement relating to Canada Pension Plan                          Amendment: October 12 and December 19, 1983
Agreement with respect to social security                          See also understanding and administrative arrangement of
Administrative arrangement for the implementation of the agreement of March 11, 1981 with respect to social security.
Supplementary agreement amending the agreement of March 11, 1981 and the administrative arrangement of May 22, 1981 w
Second supplementary agreement amending the agreement of March 11, 1981, as amended, with respect to social security.
Agreement relating to a cooperative programconcerning the development and procurement ofa space shuttle attached remote
Memorandum of understanding for a cooperativeprogram concerning design (Phase B) of apermanently manned space station
Memorandum of understanding concerningcooperation in the flight of the Canadianmeasurements of pollution in the troposphe
Memorandum of understanding on the OrbiterSpace Vision System.
Agreement concerning the training of missionspecialists for space shuttle flights, withimplementing agreement.
Agreement concerning cooperation on theCanadian Microgravity Isolation Mount, withattachment.
Agreement concerning cooperation between theNational Aeronautics and Space Administrationof the United States of America
Agreement relating to the disposal ofgovernment-owned surplus property.
                                                                       in Canada.
Agreement relating to the disposal of surplusUnited States propertyAmendment December 21, 1983 and March 14, 1984
Agreement relating to provincial and municipaltaxation of United States defense projects inCanada.
Agreement concerning the administration ofincome tax in Canada affecting employeeswithin Canada of the United States Gove
                                                                      With respect
Convention with respect to taxes on income andcapital, with exchange of notes. to estates of persons deceased prior toJanuar
Protocol amending the convention ofSeptember 26, 1980, with respect to taxes onincome and on capital, with exchange of lette
Second protocol amending the convention ofSeptember 26, 1980, with respect to taxes onincome and on capital, as amended
Protocol amending the convention with respectto taxes on income and on capital ofSeptember 26, 1980, as amended by protoc
                                                                      NOTE1 With ofSeptember 26, of persons deceased
Protocol amending the convention with respectto taxes on income and on capitalrespect to estates 1980, as amended. prior t
                                                                      ExtensionApril 23
Arrangement governing radio communicationsbetween private experimental stations. and May 2 and 4, 1934 (48 Stat. 1876;EA
Agreement providing for the allocation ofchannels in the radio frequency band 88 to 108megacycles for frequency modulationb
Convention relating to the operation by citizensof either country of certain radio equipment orstations in the other country.
                                                                      AmendmentsJune 16 and 24, 1965 (16 UST 923;
Agreement concerning the coordination and useof radio frequencies above thirty megacycles persecond, with annex. TIAS 583
                                                                      radio, with technical regulationsand exchange of TIAS of M
Agreement for promotion of safety on the GreatLakes by means of AmendmentsDecember 29, 1978 (30 UST 2523; notes 9352
Agreement relating to the AM broadcastingservice in the medium frequency band, withannexes.
Agreement concerning the allotment andassignment of television broadcasting channelsin areas adjacent to the border of the U
Protocol of the cession of Horseshoe Reef.
U.S.-Canada Trade Reciprocity Treaty
Agreement under Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
Agreement under Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
Agreement under Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
Agreement under Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
Agreement under Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
Agreement under Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
Agreement supplementary to the generalagreement on tariffs and trade, with exchange ofnotes.1
                                                                      AmendmentsOctober 2, 1961 (14 UST 1496; TIAS
Agreement relating to the establishment of aJoint United States-Canadian Committee onTrade and Economic Affairs. 5448;47
Agreement relating to tariff duty on certain fishand fish products.
                                                                      AmendmentJune 30, 1967 (18 UST 1749; TIAS 6316;693
Interim agreement relating to the renegotiationof schedule XX (United States) to the generalagreement on tariffs and trade. U
Agreement concerning automotive products.
Arrangement regarding levels of Canadian oilexports and the proposed looping of theInterprovincial Pipeline via Chicago.
                                                                      trade negotiationsregarding (32 UST 5273; TIAS 9978;126
Memorandum of understanding within thecontext of the multilateral AmendmentOctober 9, 1979the staging of certain tariff redu
Agreement within the context of the multilateraltrade negotiations relating to provincial liquormarketing practices and related let
Arrangement within the context of themultilateral trade negotiations concerningcheeses and related letters of February 4 andMa
Agreement within the context of the multilateraltrade negotiations concerning canned turkey andrelated letters of February 4 an
Understanding on safeguards relating to proceduresunder Article XIX of the general agreementon tariffs and trade, with related
Memorandum of understanding on the exchangeof import data, with annexes.
Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement
North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation
North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation
Agreement on Salmon & Herring
Agreement Regarding Tires
Memorandum of Understanding on Provincial Beer Marketing Practices
Agreement on Ultra-High Temperature Milk
North American Free Trade Agreement
Agreement on Beer Market Access in Quebec and British Columbia Beer Antidumping Cases
Agreement on Salmon & Herring
Agreement regarding the application of theircompetition and deceptive marketing practiceslaws.
Agreement to a first round of NAFTA accelerated Tariff Elimination
Agreement on Barley Tariff-Rate Quota
Agreement to a second round of NAFTA accelerated Tariff Elimination
Record of Understanding on Agriculture
Agreement on Magazines (Periodicals)
Agreement on Implementation of the WTO Decision on Canada’s Dairy Support Programs
Agreement on adjustments to the NAFTA rules of origin
Agreement to Implement Phase I of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Mutual Recognition Arrangement for Confo
Agreement to Implement Phase II of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Mutual Recognition Arrangement for Conf
Agreement on the application of positive comityprinciples to the enforcement of theircompetition laws.
Agreement on adjustments to the NAFTA rules of origin
United States-Canada Understanding on Implementation of the Decision of the WTO General Council of August 30, 2003, on “
Agreement on adjustments to the NAFTA rules of origin
Softwood Lumber Agreement Between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Canada (SLA
Technical Arrangement Between the United States and Canada concerning Trade in Potatoes
Agreement relating to the exchange ofinformation on weather modification activities.
 n between the United States and Great Britain

t Britain (Treaty of Washington).

AS 3771;279 UNTS 318); June 11, 1960 (11 UST 1780; TIAS 4518;377 UNTS 412); May 25, 1962 (13 UST 1400; TIAS 5102;453 UNTS 36




 uranium to be transferred from Canadato the U.S. for enrichment and fabrication intofuel and retransferred to Taiwan for use innuclear reac

matters, with appendices.

e operations along the common boundary



24, 1982 (TIAS 10565; 1871 UNTS 516).
cal products.
ing and development, with annex




onvention of July 12, 1889(See under CANADA — EXTRADITION).
of the Rocky Mountains (Oregon Treaty).
dary for surveying and marking theboundaries between the United States andBritish possessions on the forty-ninth parallel ofnorth latitude, u



 uary 24, 1903 respecting the boundary linebetween Alaska and the British North Americanpossessions.
est longitude where said meridian forms theboundary line between Alaska and the Britishpossessions in North America.




 of Maine Area, with annexed agreements,as amended.
24, 1956 (7 UST 2865; TIAS 3668;281 UNTS 281).November 7 and December 4, 1956 (7 UST 3271;TIAS 3708).July 23 and October 26, 19
June 19, 1979 (30 UST 5998;TIAS 9534; 1180 UNTS 77).
agreement.

 dary waters.
eBasin project (Long Lac-Ogoki Works).
ember 7, 1944 (58 Stat. 1437;EAS 424; 105 UNTS 310).

er 13, 1954 (5 UST 1979; TIAS 3064;236 UNTS 382).April 17, 1973 (24 UST 895; TIAS 7599).



(29 UST 3165; TIAS 9003).November 13 and 16, 1984 (TIAS 11061;1884 UNTS 457).May 3, 1985 (TIAS 11309; 1466 UNTS 436).March 30
 1965 (16 UST 1263; TIAS 5877;592 UNTS 272).
91 (TIAS 11813; 1853 UNTS 431).October 15, 1992 and June 17, 1993 (TIAS 12154).
reille River, with annex.
reille River, with annex.

d 22, 2000.January 14 and June 9, 2005.
5 of article V terminatedOctober 10, 1950 upon the entry into force of the treatyrelating to uses of waters of the Niagara River, signedFebrua



eration of the smelter at Trail, BritishColumbia.
of the United States and Canada.



al to decide questions of indemnity andfuture regime arising from the operation of thesmelter at Trail, British Columbia.
95 (TIAS 12721).




s in penal institutions.



 arding the establishing of aPermanent Joint Board on Defense. Made atOgdensburg, New York, August 18, 1940




 eements effected by exchanges of notes ofNovember 22 and December 20, 1944;March 30, 1946; and July 11 and 15, 1946.
1964 (15 UST 665; TIAS 5587;526 UNTS 251).September 30, 1966 (17 UST 1416; TIAS 6102;616 UNTS 193).June 30, 1971 (22 UST 1449
ncerning bases in Canada.
nada, including those at the leased bases inNewfoundland and Goose Bay, Labrador exceptfor certain arrangements under the leased bases
 ed States and Canada.
nd-Labrador area.
Ontario, and Nova Scotia.1
                                Newfoundland, and Pepperrell Air Force Base,

 s Air Force dock at St. John’s,
                                           Newfoundland, with annex.

nd extension of the distant early warningsystem.
d 23, 1961 (12 UST 1357; TIAS 4856;421 UNTS 79).

 UST 427; TIAS 5574;524 UNTS 324).November 24, 1965 (16 UST 1768; TIAS 5907;573 UNTS 330).
munications facilities in northernCanada, with annex.
 Argentia, Newfoundland, with annex.
at Hopedale, Labrador.

etree radar stations in Canada with annex.

raffic between the defense agencies.
6 (TIAS 11368; 2194 UNTS 298).
 , with related notes.



 a high speed surface vessel, with annexes(Project Hytow).
itney of Canada, with memorandum ofunderstanding.

appendices.




Marine Corps and Canadian Forces.
m of understanding.
nd Forces Command and StaffCollege and the U.S. Marine Corps Commandand Staff College



States Navy and the Canadian Forces, withappendix.
d October 1, 2004.




 safeguarding of technical information andequipment to the Department of NationalDefence for use in the Canadian arcticsubsurface surveil
e 23, 2004.June 19 and 22, 2007.
ne 16, 2000 (TIAS 12740).August 5, 2004.

 U.S. military installations in Canada.

ding of military satellitecommunications.
30, 2002.August 27 and 31, 2004.March 31 and April 11, 2005.October 26 and November 4, 2005.
he joint strike fighter.

ber 29, 2004.

 faculty instructor at the United StatesArmy War College, with appendix.

th annex.
nated to the extent that they areinconsistent with the agreement of August 16, 1971(TIAS 7173). See also agreements of June 13, 1955(TIA
vember 13, 1997.
8 (1853 UNTS 407).January 12, 2001.

 eastern interstate forest fire protectioncompact.
dary between the Yukon Territory andAlaska with memorandum of agreement
 May 4 and 7, 1982.
din the award of September 7, 1910, of the NorthAtlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration.
 e United States of America and Canada.
32 UST 2483; TIAS 9855).
 May 19, 1967 (18 UST 1402;TIAS 6297).
ust 12, 1998.June 30, 1999.December 4, 2002.April 26 and June 17, 2005.June 16, 2006.



, 1997.August 21 and September 10, 2002.
ent thereto or the Great Lakes via theSt. Lawrence River.
d on common carriers operatingbetween the United States and Canada.




airbanks, Alaska, as the “Alaska Highway”.




mpany matter.



ptember 11, 1951, October 29, 1984 and June 21, 1985

construction projects in Canada.
mployees of the United States ArmedServices in Canada.

soners and wrecking and salvage.

ional voyages on the Great Lakes.
ystems research and development.
April 24, 1969

ush-Bagot Agreement).
 ion of the Rush-Bagot Agreement).
h-Bagot Agreement).

1 (TIAS 11836; 1853 UNTS 417).
ember 5, 1980 (32 UST 4229;TIAS 9944; 1265 UNTS 386).

Columbia.

 ian east coast and the Labrador sea, withannex.
ntof peace between the United States and theUnited Kingdom signed at WashingtonSeptember 15, 1914.

4 (35 UST 4426; TIAS 10947).
er noxious substances.

UST 3621; TIAS 9030;1230 UNTS 340).
3 (35 UST 2370; TIAS 10798).November 18, 1987 (TIAS 11551; 2185 UNTS 504).

ong the inland boundary, withappendix.




 al staffs of the Embassy of Canada inthe United States and the Embassy of the UnitedStates in Canada
 f real and personal property.
personal property convention of March 2,1899




of August 1, 1994, for a multinational observergroup to monitor and advise on Haiti
ions satellites.
 dum of understanding.




al property created or furnished under certain scientific and technological cooperative research activities, with attachment


 ement of August 14, 1987 are Belgium, Canada, Italy, Netherlands and Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
December 19, 1983
dministrative arrangement of March 30, 1983, with the Government of Quebec
ect to social security.
rangement of May 22, 1981 with respect to social security.
h respect to social security.
pace shuttle attached remote manipulatorsystem.
anently manned space station
s of pollution in the troposphere(MOPITT) instrument on the NASA polarorbiting platform and related support for aninternational earth observ

 g agreement.

 the United States of America and theCanadian Space Agency on the SciSat-1Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment Mission,with memorandu

983 and March 14, 1984

 ada of the United States Governmentwho are subject to such tax.
sons deceased prior toJanuary 1, 1985, the convention of February 17, 1961for the avoidance of double taxation and the preventionof fiscal
  capital, with exchange of letters
e and on capital, as amended by theprotocol of June 14, 1983.
6, 1980, as amended by protocols ofJune 14, 1983 and March 28, 1984.
 s of persons deceased prior toJanuary 1, 1985, the convention of February 17, 1961for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention
and 4, 1934 (48 Stat. 1876;EAS 62; 147 LNTS 338).
 es for frequency modulationbroadcasting.
ons in the other country.
 1965 (16 UST 923; TIAS 5833;549 UNTS 300).February 26 and April 7, 1982 (TIAS 10646).November 2, 1993 and January 4, 1994 (TIAS 1
978 (30 UST 2523; TIAS 9352;1170 UNTS 339).December 22, 1987, August 10 and October 24, 1988.

adjacent to the border of the UnitedStates and Canada, with working arrangement.




 (14 UST 1496; TIAS 5448;470 UNTS 394).September 17, 1963 (14 UST 1496; TIAS 5448).

8 UST 1749; TIAS 6316;693 UNTS 362).

ial Pipeline via Chicago.
32 UST 5273; TIAS 9978;1266 UNTS 77).
eting practices and related letters ofFebruary 4 and March 20, 1980.
ed letters of February 4 andMarch 20, 1980.
elated letters of February 4 and March 20,1980.
n tariffs and trade, with related letter.




 gnition Arrangement for Conformity Assessment of Telecommunications Equipment
ognition Arrangement for Conformity Assessment of Telecommunications Equipment


uncil of August 30, 2003, on “Implementation of Paragraph 6 of the Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health” as Interpr

Government of Canada (SLA 2006)
UST 1400; TIAS 5102;453 UNTS 362); June 23, 1999.




red to Taiwan for use innuclear reactors, with annex.




forty-ninth parallel ofnorth latitude, under the first article of




North America.




AS 3708).July 23 and October 26, 1956 and February 26, 1957(8 UST 279; TIAS 3772; 279 UNTS 179).November 30, 1956 and April 8 and




S 11309; 1466 UNTS 436).March 30 and August 1, 1989 (TIAS 11966).April 26 and May 1, 1991 (TIAS 11885).December 12 and 20, 1991
s of the Niagara River, signedFebruary 27, 1950 (1 UST 694; TIAS 2130;132 UNTS 223).




ritish Columbia.




t 18, 1940




July 11 and 15, 1946.
S 193).June 30, 1971 (22 UST 1449; TIAS 7154;797 UNTS 303).March 22, 1974 (25 UST 283; TIAS 7799;944 UNTS 173).

rrangements under the leased basesagreement.
he Canadian arcticsubsurface surveillance system.




so agreements of June 13, 1955(TIAS 3452), June 15, 1955 (TIAS 3453) andSeptember 27, 1961 (TIAS 4859).2 See also agreements of Ap
with attachment
pport for aninternational earth observing system, withappendix.




Experiment Mission,with memorandum of understanding.




 taxation and the preventionof fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on estates ofdeceased persons (13 UST 382; TIAS 4995;445 UNTS 143)




f double taxation and the preventionof fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on estates ofdeceased persons (13 UST 382; TIAS 4995;445 UNT




2, 1993 and January 4, 1994 (TIAS 12529).June 15 and 20, 2005.
eement and Public Health” as Interpreted by the Accompanying Statement of the Chairman of the General Council of the Same Date
November 30, 1956 and April 8 and 9, 1957(8 UST 637; TIAS 3814; 283 UNTS 217).May 19, 1955 and February 27, 1959 (10 UST 383;TIA




11885).December 12 and 20, 1991 (TIAS 11866).June 15 and 30, 1992 (TIAS 11866).June 10 and July 12, 1994 (TIAS 12697;2030 UNTS
799;944 UNTS 173).
S 4859).2 See also agreements of April 13, 1959 (TIAS 4208) andJuly 13, 1959 (TIAS 4264).
ST 382; TIAS 4995;445 UNTS 143) shall continue to have effect.See also Article XXX of the 1980 convention for thecontinued effect of the c




ns (13 UST 382; TIAS 4995;445 UNTS 143) shall continue to have effect.See also Article XXX of the 1980 convention for thecontinued effec
ral Council of the Same Date
February 27, 1959 (10 UST 383;TIAS 4199; 341 UNTS 3).October 17, 1961 (12 UST 1284; TIAS 4851;426 UNTS 201).June 8, 1959 and O




y 12, 1994 (TIAS 12697;2030 UNTS 41).August 9 and October 18, 1995 (TIAS 12697;2030 UNTS 30).
ention for thecontinued effect of the convention and protocol ofMarch 4, 1942 for the avoidance of double taxation and




80 convention for thecontinued effect of the convention and protocol ofMarch 4, 1942 for the avoidance of double taxation andprevention of
426 UNTS 201).June 8, 1959 and October 17, 1961 (12 UST 1669;TIAS 4883; 424 UNTS 101).
e taxation and




of double taxation andprevention of fiscal evasion in the case of income taxes(56 Stat. 1399; TS 983; 6 Bevans 244; 124 UNTS 271).
Bevans 244; 124 UNTS 271).
            Count
Treaty Category
Amity                4
Arctic               1
Atomic Energy        7
Aviation            10
Boundaries          12
BOUNDARY WATERS     19
CAMPOBELLO           1
CIVIL DEFENSE        1
CLAIMS               5
CONSERVATION 3
CONSULS              2
CUSTOMS              2
DEFENSE             70
                     1
ECONOMIC AND TECHNICALCOOPERATION
EDUCATION            1
EMBASSY SITES 1
EMPLOYMENT           1
EXTRADITION          1
FINANCE              1
FIRE PROTECTION3
FISHERIES            8
HEALTH AND SANITATION2
HIGHWAYS             7
HOUSING              1
JUDICIAL PROCEDURE   4
LABOR                3
MAPPING              1
MARITIME MATTERS     7
                     1
METEOROLOGICAL RESEARCH
NAVALVESSELS 4
NAVIGATION           7
                     1
PACIFIC SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES
PATENTS              1
PIPELINES            9
POSTAL MATTERS 3
Prisoner Transfer 1
                     1
Privileges and Immunities
Property             2
Refugees             1
Remote Sensing       2
Sanctions            1
Satellites           4
                     3
Scientific Cooperation
Seabeds              1
                     1
Sewage Disposal System
Shellfish            1
Smuggling            1
Social Security      5
Space Cooperation 7
Surplus Property     2
Taxation             7
               6
TELECOMMUNICATION
TELEVISION     1
               1
TERRITORIAL ACQUISITION
              45
TRADE AND COMMERCE
               1
WEATHER MODIFICATION

				
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