Canada's smallest border crossings look to automated future
Crossing the border to the U.S. generally involves a face-to-face conversation with a border guard. But at one Quebec crossing, it might soon be a bit more like ordering at a drive-through. The Morses Line crossing is about 15 kilometers to the south of Bedford, and is only open during business hours.
But starting in 2015, all after-hours traffic will processed by a border security agent who is not on site, using a new video kiosk. It's a pilot project from the Canadian Border Service Agency and it's getting mixed reaction.