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re: passports for NANOG-39, Toronto
> http://travel.state.gov/travel/tips/regional/regional_1170.html > December 31, 2007 - Passport required for all land border crossings, as > well as air and sea travel. If someone wants to go but does not have a passport for whatever reason, i.e. last minute travel plans, then it is possible to fly to Buffalo NY and make a land crossing from there, i.e. bus or rental car. If you do want to take a rental car across the border, you have to notify your rental company so they can issue a non-resident insurance card for you. As long as you have a US driver's licence this is fairly routine. Cross the bridge to Canada and take the QEW all the way to Toronto. http://www.buffaloairport.com/ You could do the same fly-drive via Detroit but there is a lot more driving. --Michael Dillon P.S. Now that you have your shiny new passports, don't just stop at Canada. There's a whole world out there.