They’re building a fence.
“This project addresses binational safety concerns related to a vulnerable section of the border located between Boundary Road in the U.S. and Zero Avenue in Canada,” reads a statement from U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokesperson Jason Givens. “This barrier is designed to prevent vehicles from either accidentally, or purposefully, crossing the boundary and endangering citizens in both countries.”
Although American officials referred to the project as benefitting both the U.S. and Canada, a representative from the Canada Border Services Agency said only that the fence is being installed on the U.S. side of the border.
Technically a “wire barrier” that will eventually span just shy of two and a half kilometres is a far cry from the border wall the U.S. is building along the Mexico border, where the U.S. has erected 200 miles of wall under the Trump administration (although most of the wall is fencing)."
At the very least, the US Government is not claiming that Canada will ahve to pay for the fence/wall...