International Partnerships

2015-07-15
This video highlights how the Partners in Protection program is keeping Canada's borders safe while processing legitimate, low-risk trade—a priority for the Canada Border Services Agency. Whether cargo is shipped by rail, air, land or by sea, member businesses are recognized as Trusted Traders at our borders, and beyond.

Transcript

Opening title fades to an image of a large bridge where transport trucks are driving up and down it. This cuts to an image of transport trucks lining up outside a border stop and cuts again to closer shot of a truck driving away rom the camera. This cuts to an image of transport trucks pulling in and out of a border stop.

Narration: Keeping Canada's borders safe while processing legitimate, low-risk trade is a priority for the Canada Border Services Agency.

Previous image cuts to an image of a transport truck leaving a border stop, where the focus pulls from the truck to a bundle of security cameras. This fades to an image of a worker unloading a transport trucks cargo with a forklift while two officers watch, which fades again to an image of the two officers inspecting the unloaded cargo.

Narration: The Partners in Protection Program is one of the ways we do that. Whether cargo is shipped by rail, air, land or by sea, member businesses are recognized as Trusted Traders at our borders, and beyond.

Previous image fades to an aerial shot of a cargo bay, which fades to an aerial image of a train riding alongside a shore, where the text "RAIL" fades in. This cuts to an image of cargo being unloaded from a plane, where the text "AIR" is already displayed, and then cuts to an image of transport trucks driving down a road, with the text "LAND" already displayed. This cuts again to an aerial image of a docked cargo ship with the text "MARINE" already displayed, and later fades out. This cuts to an image of transport trucks pulling into a border sop, and cuts again to an image of transport trucks leaving a border stop.

Narration: Canada has Mutual Recognition Arrangements with the United States, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Singapore.

The previous image fades to an animation of the worlds countries, which then zooms into the U.S.A where it turns green, and the text "UNITED SATES" fades in. The animation zooms over to Japan, the country turns green, and the text "JAPAN" is displayed. The animation moves slightly over, where the Republic of Korea turns green, and the text "REPUBLIC OF KOREA" is displayed. It then zooms over to Singapore, where it turns green and the text "SINGAPORE" is displayed.

Narration: Our members are recognized as Trusted Traders at their borders - as they are at ours.

The animation zooms out revealing all continents, and the text "TRUSTED TRADERS" flips up within a blue box. The text and box flip away and Canada is zoomed into where it turns green.

Narration: And there's more to come. We're in discussions with other countries to continue to strengthen and secure the international trade chain.

The animation fades to an image of business people at a board meeting which fades to an image of business people shaking hands.

Narration: The Partners in Protection program and Mutual Recognition Arrangements help keep Canada safe while keeping trade moving.

The previous image fades to an image of cargo bay, where crates are being transported and loaded on top of each other. This cuts to an image of heavy machinery lifting up a crate, and then cuts to an image of a transport truck driver pulling up to a border stop window. This cuts to a close up of the drivers ID card being handed over to the border stop officer.

Narration: Visit www.canada.ca and search for Mutual Recognition Arrangements to learn more.

Previous image fades to a blurred/faded image of transport trucks leaving a border stop, with the text WWW.CANADA.CA already displayed. This text moves up and becomes smaller, and the text "MUTUAL RECOGNITION ARRANGEMENTS" zooms in under it. The texts and image fade to black.

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