Status of Waters and Navigation Rights
The international legal architecture regarding Canadian–U.S. salt water navigation disputes principally involves two elements: first, the international law respecting historic waters and, second, the straits used for international navigation. This legal architecture is described in Part A of this chapter. Part B looks at the various navigation matters that have arisen between Canada and the United States respecting the Northwest Passage; the Head Harbour Passage; and the Canadian-claimed West Coast historic waters.
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