Hundreds of thousands of people cross the U.S.-Canada border each year. We explore some of these data points in a series of visualizations about America’s long and busy northern border.
The American Legion Post in the heart of the Mohawk Nation territory of Akwesasne serves as more than just a place for veterans.
In a country that is institutionally bilingual but where most people only speak one language, Gatineau is a true bilingual community.
Americans face steep prices for medical procedures. Canadians can face lengthy wait times. That has some Americans headed north for health care, while Canadians head south.
A family-operated business for more than 200 years, this ferry crosses the Saint Lawrence daily during the summer tourist season.
Explore the lives of those who live along the Saint Lawrence River on both sides of the United States and Canada border.
The historic and abandoned buildings throughout western New York are telling of where this region has been and what it could be in future years.
Prohibition ended in 1933, but it still shapes the region along the Saint Lawrence River, which is dotted with distilleries, museums and other nods to its past.
Canadians reflect on losing their childhood homes during the expansion of a seaway designed to give cargo ships access to the Great Lakes from the Atlantic Ocean
Borders can be surprisingly fluid and can exist within a country as they do in Canada at the intersection of English speaking Ontario and French Quebec. These stories explore how that fluidity can create both tension and opportunity.