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Some results of the latest phase of the Canada-U.S. entry-exit initiative

OTTAWA - Some preliminary results of the latest phase of the Canada-U.S. entry-exit initiative:

Time period: June 30 to Sept. 30, 2013.

Locations: Land border ports of entry between Canada and the United States.

Records collected from: Citizens of countries other than Canada and the U.S., permanent residents of Canada, lawful permanent residents of the U.S.

Entry records Canada received from the U.S.: 1,295,849.

Entry records the U.S. received from Canada: 1,343,424.

Number of unique travellers: 861,501 (meaning some people made multiple border crossings).

Number of people subject to Canadian removal orders revealed by analyzing the data: 20

Number of immigration warrants cancelled as a result, as of Nov. 25, 2013: Four.

(Canada Border Services Agency records released in June 2014 under the Access to Information Act)

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