THE Abbotsford-Huntingdon port of entry resumed operational service on Monday, November 22 at 1 p.m. Pacific Time (4 p.m. Eastern Time), the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said in a press release.
There is limited accessibility to the Abbotsford-Huntingdon port of entry as restrictions remain in place in Sumas, Washington. For updates in Sumas, Washington, contact the Washington State Department of Transportation and United States Customs and Border Protection.
While the port of entry is open, the CBSA strongly recommends that you use alternate ports of entry to cross the border:
Pacific Highway, Aldergrove and Douglas.
Pacific Highway: 28 176 Street, Surrey
Commercial and Regular Travellers – 24 hours
Aldergrove: 10 Highway 13, Aldergrove
Commercial and Regular Travellers – 8 a.m. to midnight (PST) (aligned with US hours)
Douglas : 220 Highway 99, Surrey
Regular Travellers – 24 hours
No commercial traffic
Due to the ongoing situation in British Columbia, there could be delays at the border. The CBSA said it continues to monitor commercial and traveller volumes and border wait times to allocate resources and adjust staffing levels to minimize processing times and unnecessary delays at its ports of entry.
Follow the border wait times for ports of entry on the CBSA’s Web site.