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.
What does BWT stand for?
BWT stands for Boundary Waters Treaty (United States and Canada)
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We have 48 other meanings of BWT in our Acronym Attic
- Bi-orthogonal Wavelet Transform
- Big White Truck
- Binary Wavelet Transform
- Biological Weapons Testing (Laboratories, Inc)
- Birth Weight
- Black Water Tank
- Block Wavelet Transform
- Body Weight
- Bonded Warehouse Transaction (trade)
- Border Wait Time
- Boys with Toys (band)
- Broadcast Warning T
- Bronchial Wall Thickness
- Burrows Wheeler Transform (compression technology)
- Burst Waiting Time
- Bluegrass Working Terrier Association (Kentucky)
- Boston Wool Trade Association (Weymouth, MA)
- British Women's Tennis Association (1974-2006)
- Breakfast With the Beatles (radio show)
- Bahrain World Trade Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909 states that neither Canada nor the U.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will visit both the US and Canadian sides of Niagara Falls on Saturday to mark the 100th anniversary of the Boundary Waters Treaty, US officials said.
The oldest of these three is the 1909 Canada-US Boundary Waters Treaty which covers waters that straddle or cross the Canada-US border.
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 International Joint Commission is an independent binational organization established by the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909.
The government's approach includes Bill C-15, known as the International Boundary Waters Treaty Act.