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Alaska borders Canada.

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Alaska is actually not that far from Canada, their right beside each other.


Alaska borders Canada, so I suppose it really depends on how far into Alaska you are.


They share a common border.


Alaska borders the far northwest of Canada.


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Alaska is not north of Canada. However, Alaska is bordering the northwest of Canada.


Far from it. The province of Nunavut is larger than Alaska and Canada is larger than the United States. It has a total area of 3,854,085 square miles.


Yes you do, but only if you are determined to drive because it can be reached by Sea and Air. Alaska is on the far northwest of Canada and if you go to the map you can tell.


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Just the length of the car - Canada and Alasaka are next to each other. Check it on a map.


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