List of The Border Episodes

List Of The Border Episodes

The following is a list of episodes for the Canadian drama series The Border, which was airing on CBC Television. It follows several agents of a law enforcement agency known as the Immigration and Customs Security or ICS, created to deal with crimes that affect Canadian matters on Border security. 38 episodes have aired in Canada before an official cancellation was announced.

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