Der Homeland Stasi is already in a meeting to decide on how, exactly, they can screw this up, and at the same time, force everyone on both sides of the U.S./Canada border into servitude.
You can ask Wes Loe a lot of things about his life in Hyder, Alaska, population 65. You can ask about the mail delivery (waiting for a letter is like waiting for the “second coming of the Lord”); about the black bears wandering through town (“we all have guns”); and about living in an Alaskan community that uses Canadian currency, has a B.C. area code (250), relies on B.C. hydro for its power and sends its children to the Bear Valley School in neighbouring Stewart, B.C., population 300. –National Post