‘I foresee a lot of problems’: Border policy expert, business owner worry about US border reopening logistics

One Blaine business owner is now worrying whether logistical challenges to crossing the border will keep Canadian customers away.

BLAINE, Wash. — Fully vaccinated travelers visiting on non-essential business will be able to cross the Canadian border into the United States starting in early November.

Now that the U.S. has confirmed the border is reopening, questions linger surrounding what exactly Canadians will need to do to get stateside.

At Kelle Hagen’s shipping and warehouse business in the border town of Blaine, the work has been mostly “warehousing” for the past year and a half.

Some 15,000 packages are stacked nearly to the

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