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Tighter border threatens to distance US, Canadian towns

Officials change ID requirement; Some travelers unfazed by rule

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / February 1, 2008

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HOULTON, Maine - Canadians are among the best customers in this small town on the Canadian border, where Interstate 95 links to the Trans Canada Highway. On frequent visits fueled by a stronger Canadian dollar, they fill up their tanks at gas stations near the highway and pile their shopping carts high with milk and butter at the local IGA ... (Full article: 785 words)

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