New International Trade Crossing

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On June 15, 2012, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Governor Rick Snyder announced an agreement between Canada and Michigan to build a new, publicly-owned bridge between Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario (Consulate General of Canada, 2012). For information on the New International Trade Crossing, including radio broadcasts and frequently asked questions, please click on any of the resources below.

Resources

New International Trade Crossing Website

NITC – The Facts

NITC – Michigan Overview

NITC Michigan Frequently Asked Questions

News Coverage

Canadians are offended by lies in anti-bridge ads, says consulate general
MLive – October 9, 2012

Experts say new international bridge won’t cost Michigan taxpayers
Detroit Free Press – September 23, 2012

Bridging the Border: Living with a new bridge
Michigan Radio, August 17, 2012

Bridging the Border: Who decides?
Michigan Radio, August 16, 2012

Bridging the Border: Influence of money
Michigan Radio, August 15, 2012

Bridging the Border: Who pays?
Michigan Radio, August 14, 2012

Bridging the Border: Do we need a new bridge?
Michigan Radio, August 13, 2012

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    "Proposal 6 is simply the gambit of one billionaire’s well-funded special interest that is trying to hijack the constitution. The scheme is to maintain a stranglehold on the busiest trade corridor along the border between the two largest trade partners in the world — the U.S. and Canada." Lt. Gov. Brian Calley
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