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Point Roberts hopes for workers, visitors after border restrictions lifted

Current labor shortage dampened busy summer

Residents of the exclave Point Roberts hope that a change in Canadian border restrictions will ease their labor shortage and help them recover from more than two years of isolation due to the pandemic.
Residents of the exclave Point Roberts hope that a change in Canadian border restrictions will ease their labor shortage and help them recover from more than two years of isolation due to the pandemic. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Olivia Hobson News Intern
Point Roberts business owners and residents see a light at the end of the tunnel they have been trud

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