Latest wait times at Sumas/Huntingdon border crossing

Check to see how long it will take to cross into U.S. from Abbotsford on Friday

In an unsurprising development, the lineup at the Sumas/Huntingdon border crossing in Abbotsford is significant.

At 9 a.m. Friday., the wait to enter the U.S. was estimated at about 25 minutes. Other Lower Mainland border crossings had even longer waits.

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