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Whatcom businesses expect more Canadian customers

Eased border entry requirements may bring back Canadian shoppers

A pedestrian takes a picture next to heavy traffic leading all the way to Peace Arch border crossing.
Lines of cars head to Canada and the Peace Arch border crossing in 2022 from Whatcom County. Personal vehicle border crossing volumes are slowly creeping up from their pre-pandemic levels. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jonathan Tall News Intern
Businesses around Whatcom County wait in anticipation as eased pre-entry border requirements promise

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