[tz] Rules for TZ+ database

David Patte ₯ dpatte at relativedata.com
Thu Sep 5 20:51:50 UTC 2013

They didn't have to until recently, since everyone in town knew who was 
american and who was canadian, but their are specific rules in the town 
now about who has to report and when.
I remember passing through there once, and i had to report right in the 
middle of town.

I think I'll phone the town library (which straddles the border) and see 
how they dealt with the period when the daylight saving rules where 
different. Maybe it needs a separate tz ID :)

On 2013-09-05 16:43, Guy Harris wrote:
> On Sep 5, 2013, at 1:31 PM, David Patte ₯ <dpatte at relativedata.com> wrote:
>> There are family homes, and restaurants in northern Vermont / southern Quebec that have the national boundary line (and hense the tz region) running through the middle of the buildings.
> 	...
>> The Tomifobia River runs through the town of Stanstead, dividing the U.S./Canadian border at times. Along portions of Canada's Canusa Street, houses on the southern end of the street lie entirely within Vermont, while their driveways direct       northward, and connect to the street in Quebec, as the northern portions of their properties are within Canada.
> So do they have to notify the Canadian Border Services Agency every time they drive onto the street and notify US Immigration and Customs Enforcement every time they drive back into their driveway?


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