So I'm in Whistler BC right now with my wife and her family. When my wife and I passed through the Blaine, WA border crossing, I experienced the following exchange: Me: Hi, here's our passports. CBP lady: thanks. Is this address current? Me: yes CBP lady: where are you going, and for how long? Me: resort condo at whistler, about five days. CBP lady: do you own any firearms? Me: yes (thinking this is an honest leadup to the next question) CBP lady: Do you have any firearms in your car. Me: no. CBP lady: who's car is this? Me: uhh, ours, but technically it's my wife's CBP lady: have there ever been any firearms in this car? Me: not for probably over a year. CBP lady: what kind of firearms do you own? Me (starting to think this is getting a little strange): uhh, do I actually have to answer that question? CBP lady: yes. Me: I own almost too many to list. CBP lady (long pause and blank stare): what do you use them for? Me (I'm starting to chuckle at this point): for my own personal enjoyment, maam. CBP lady: ...ok, welcome to Canada Me: thanks. Is this par for the course at the Canadian border now? Didn't get any of this just last year. I can't think of anything I must have done to set off any red flags, other than the current political climate in the US. My wife actually asked me after this happened, "do you think your name is on some list?" I want to say no, but who the hell even knows at this point?