The Q-BAM Improvement and Core Thread

Question: Why do some Mexican states have second- or third-level subdivisions, but the rest have fourth-level subdivisions?
Municipalities are the standard second level subdivision of Mexico. However some states merge them into larger areas while others do not.
 
While working on my historical map I realized that the border between Alberta and British Columbia should match with the western border of Glacier County in Montana, I would try to fix this myself, but I don't know exactly where is the problem: Canada, the US counties or both
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While working on my historical map I realized that the border between Alberta and British Columbia should match with the western border of Glacier County in Montana, I would try to fix this myself, but I don't know exactly where is the problem: Canada, the US counties or both
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The placement of the reservation is the problem. Where the Continental Divide is, is where Glacier National Park is.
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I don't know the relation between Reservations and National Parks, but could national parks exist within Indian Reservations
 
The placement of the reservation is the problem. Where the Continental Divide is, is where Glacier National Park is.
I have been revising the whole border, and I found the same problem with counties in Minnesota, however there, the difference is not that remarkable (just one pixel at first) but the further west you go, the greater the difference...

I realized that Canada borders correspond to older versions of the Qbam map, is it possible then, that the borders in Canada should be patched?
 
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