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What does BWT stand for?

BWT stands for Boundary Waters Treaty (United States and Canada)

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International Joint Commission Overview The Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909 (BWT) established the International Joint Commission (IJC) as a cornerstone of United States - Canada relations in the boundary region.
Two decades ago the International Joint Commission (IJC)--an organization that was formed by the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909 to prevent and mediate boundary water disputes between Canada and the United States--identified 11 of these as "critical pollutants" that required immediate attention.
The management of Great Lakes water is covered by the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909.
The government's approach includes Bill C-15, known as the International Boundary Waters Treaty Act.