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American Lawyer Fighting Canada Border Services

Deborah Butler was on her way to a family reunion last July when she  was stopped at the border in St. Stephen and told she'd have to pay duty on liquor she was bringing into Canada. Worried she'd miss the ferry to Digby, she planned to pay the duty on her way back and left. She says her reception when she returned two weeks later was anything but friendly.

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