US landmark swept away to Canada after 'bomb cyclone'

A historic building in the US has become the subject of an international dispute after it was swept away to a Canadian island during a blizzard.

McCurdy’s Smokehouse in Lubec, Maine, is the last traditional herring facility in the US and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

But last week’s “bomb cyclone” tore one of the five buildings from its supports and floated it to a Canadian

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