Newfoundland Dog Club of Canada
2014 National Specialty Show and Trials

August 29th - 31st, 2014 - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Hosted by The Newfoundland Dog Fanciers of Alberta
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219 Primrose Drive,
Saskatoon, SK S7K 5E4
 

 
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Important Border Information
As of June 1, 2009 both the Canadian and US Government have changed your requirement documents to cross the border by land. A list of the acceptable documents are listed below and if you require more information you can go to http://www.getyouhome.gov/html/eng_map.html
U.S. Passport – This is an internationally recognized travel document that verifies a person’s identity and nationality. It is accepted for travel by air, land and sea. 
U.S. Passport Card – This is a new, limited-use travel document that fits in your wallet and costs less than a U.S. Passport. It is only valid for travel by land and sea. 
Enhanced Driver’s License (EDL) – Several states and Canadian provinces/territories are issuing this driver’s license or identification document that denotes identity and citizenship. It is specifically designed for cross-border travel into the U.S. by land or sea. 
Trusted Traveler Program Cards – NEXUS, SENTRI or FAST enrollment cards can speed your entry into the U.S. and are issued only to pre-approved, low-risk travelers. The cards are valid for use at land or sea; the NEXUS card can be used in airports with a NEXUS kiosk. 
Note: Beginning June 1, 2009, U.S. and Canadian citizen children under age 16 arriving by land or sea from contiguous territory may also present an original or copy of his or her birth certificate, a Consular Report of Birth Abroad, a Naturalization Certificate, or a Canadian Citizenship Card. 
Beginning June 1, 2009, U.S. and Canadian citizen children under age 19 arriving by land or sea from contiguous territory and traveling with a school group, religious group, social or cultural organization, or sports team, may also present an original or copy of his or her birth certificate, a Consular Report of Birth Abroad, a Naturalization Certificate, or a Canadian Citizenship Card. 
 
Pets Entering Canada 
All pets must be accompanied by their owners when entering Canada. Dogs and cats entering from the US must be accompanied by a certificate signed by a licensed Canadian or US veterinarian certifying that the pet has been vaccinated against rabies during the preceding 36 months. An exception is made for puppies or kittens that are younger than three months old. See Visiting Canada This Summer? for details.