Canada–United States Boundary Commission – Treaty of 1925
posted 3 years ago
The International Boundary Commission, which maintains the "boundary vista" along the border, claims authority to grant or deny permission to build anything within the vista. That indicates that, for instance, if a natural gas pipeline, a highway, an electric power line, a railroad track, etc. is to cross the boundary, those who want to build it must initially apply to the Commission for permission.
I'm trying to find the related provision of the treaty that demonstrates the Commission has that authority described in my first paragraph above.