Canadians are Buying Costco Out of Milk
The Costco in Bellingham, Washington is only 30 miles over the border from Canada. In America, the gas and milk prices are cheap for Canadians, meaning they are driving long distance to buy up Costco's supply of milk.
According to the Daily Mail, the financial disparity means that Canadians can easily drive across the border (30 miles away), to stock up on goods that are more expensive back home -- namely cheap milk and fuel.
KIRO reports that Bellingham police have been called in to assist with crowd control as the store sells out of two semi-trucks full of milk every day.