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Border between North Dakota and Canada getting set for the holidays



Antler, North Dakota – After the winter storm, a lot more Canadians than Americans crossed the border by car, but that may all change during the upcoming holiday week, according to Canadian border agents.

The road up to the border crossing in Antler, North Dakota was plowed and clear, especially up to Canada.

There has generally been minimal traffic or line-ups at the border crossing at Antler, which is open until 5 p.m. However, this may change this week due to the holidays.

More people are anticipated to cross the border on both sides.

You should make sure to check customs’ Border Inspection Experience and Clearing Customs to prevent issues when you reach at the border.

You should also visit the individual border crossings in North Dakota that you could use so that you are fully aware of what is going on there.