Guillaume Bernard, of Quebec, Canada, passes time after his flight to Costa Rica was canceled at the nearly empty Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J., Tuesday, March 14, 2017. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
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The almost 7,000-square-foot house, cut into five currently vacant apartments, is on a lot of less than a quarter-acre that, along with the building itself, straddles the border between Beebe Plain, Vermont, and Stanstead, Quebec.Beebe Plain is a community in the Vermont town of Derby, which along with Stanstead, about 60 miles (96 kilometers) northeast of Montpelier, or 75 miles (120 kilometers) southeast of Montreal, have become the cliche of security changes on the U.S.-Canadian border brought on by the 9/11 attacks on the United States.The DuMoulins' house is directly across Stanstead's Rue Principale from the port of entry staffed by agents of the Canada Border Services Agency and adjacent to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection post.The DuMoulins' house has entrances from the United States and Canada. Agents have come to know the people who live in the house, currently vacant, and allow them to move back and forth freely as long as they stay in the house or the tiny front or backyard. DuMoulin said U.S. agents wanted to be sure the gate was wired shut.
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