1 Canada and the United States (‘US’) have maritime boundary disputes off all three coasts—the Atlantic, the Pacific, and the Arctic. There are ‘resolved’ maritime boundaries respecting near-shore waters between Maine and New Brunswick on the Atlantic coast, and between Vancouver Island and the state of Washington on the Pacific coast. All of these agreed maritime boundaries were completed between the US and Great Britain with the last one done in 1925. The other maritime boundaries that exist are a result of adjudication: the 1903 Alaska Boundary Case established...
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