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Planning starts for 2026 World Cup cross-border tourism needs

Visions of a Cascadia ‘two-nation vacation’

Soccer players in red shirts and black shorts pass soccer balls to each other in an indoor field which says "FIFA World Cup 2026, Host city announcement."
Youth soccer players kick a ball at B.C. Place stadium during a gathering in June 2022 to watch as Vancouver and Seattle were chosen as two of the host cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament. Planning for cross-border visitors in both directions has begun in hopes of tourism for a "two-nation vacation." (Darryl Dyck/AP Photo)
Frank Catalano
By Frank Catalano CDN Business Contributor
Limited capacity. Is it too early to think about the impact of the 2026 FIFA World Cup on Whatcom Co

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