The Blackfeet Tribe, based in Montana just 150 miles (about 240 kilometers) south of Lethbridge, Canada, had an abundance of vaccine and decided last month to share it with Canadians rather than let it go to waste. Initially it was just available to First Nations, but the tribe soon decided to offer it to everybody. The clinic is attracting a lot of Canadians, some of whom are driving hundreds of kilometers and are sleeping in their cars waiting in line to get the vaccine. Catherine Bechard, regional Indigenous Affairs adviser for the Canada Border Services Agency, said she jumped at the chance to help out at the clinic. “It’s just an amazing thing what they’re doing and a gift they’re giving to Canadians,” Bechard said.