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Border Stories

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Ten years ago the United States closed it's borders after the terrorist attacks of 9/11.

When they opened again things had changed dramatically for people who live along Canada's oldest boundary.

The CBC's Jacques Poitras visits the line between New Brunswick and Maine, to find out how the last decade has affected communities whose ties go back centuries.


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