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Border Nexus: Crossing into Canada Quickly Means Pre-Screening, at a Cost 

Published July 2, 2014 at 10:00 a.m.

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Eleri Mai Harris hails from Hobart, Tasmania, and is a journalist, cartoonist and associate editor of online nonfiction comics hub the Nib. A recent graduate of Vermont’s Center for Cartoon Studies MFA program, Harris lives in White River Junction with her partner Tom and a set of plastic dinosaurs. elerimai.com

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