For different reasons, the Canadian border crossings are starting to feel a little like Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin or the DMZ in Korea. Families can wave to each other, but they can’t actually touch.
"Everyone understood there could be no contact between either side. This means no sharing the cake, no hugs, and no breaking the median line, but the family says they were just happy to see each other in person. “She misses her kids, she misses her grandchildren, and she misses her great-grandchildren,” Neel said. “We thought we would at least get together and celebrate this."
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