After lockdowns and extensiverestrictions, Canadian are set to reconnect with relatives and friends south of the , a report said. crossings between and the will be reopened to fully-vaccinated Canadians on November 8.
There are already thousands of people making a stop at Eight Flagsin Milk River to be as close as possible to Coutts crossing in anticipation of what is bound to be a scramble to get into the .
“It was quiet a couple weeks ago,” said Helen Runka,operator at Eight Flags.
“Every five or ten minutes, I was getting phone calls to book a spot. It started at 8:30 a.m., and my last phone call came that night at 6:30 p.m.”
“I have people from Saskatchewan here. I also have people from Ontario here, one from Calgary and all over.”
Thewill see a frenzy next weekend since many people will be staying in temporary parking spaces to keep up with the demand.
“The lineup is going to be really bad at the. I have at least 80 people leaving from this .”
With the temperature dropping, those who have made escaping the Canadian winters a custom are gearing up.
Theiraren’t used to the icy conditions, but it will all melt away when return to the road to visit the . instead of west coast, where many came during last year’s winter to endure the pandemic.
In the middle of October, as American officials declared the date for reopening the Alberta noticed an immediate surge in business., the in southern
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