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Border Traffic Calendar

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Holidays and special events can overwhelm border crossing stations.  This calendar shows you the days that may have significantly higher traffic delays at the border and on the roads in general.  Be aware that traffic can also be heavier than usual on days before and after holidays.  If the holiday is adjacent to a weekend, the entire weekend will likely have very heavy traffic.  If you must cross the border on these days, think about arriving early in the day, or perhaps use a lower volume port that may be less affected.

If you are aware of an event that will impact border crossing traffic please email us with this information so we can include it on this calendar.

Place your mouse over the event for more detailed information.  Right mouse click to open a link to the event in a new window.

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* Labor Day WeekendLabor Day Weekend

Labor Day is celebrated in both the U.S. and Canada and this results in very heavy traffic at all border crossings over the entire weekend. The holiday is celebrated on the first Monday in September in both the US and Canada.

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* Sault Ste Marie RaceSault Ste Marie Race

Time: 12:00 am

One lane of the two-lane bridge is closed to traffic from approximately 7-9 a.m. to accommodate 500 runners of the Sault Ste Marie "Chase" Marathon. The race goes from the Michigan side to the Canadian end of the bridge and back. Alternating two-way traffic is maintained on the open bridge lane during the event.

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Category Key
 a. Affects All Border Crossing
 b. British Columbia/WA, ID, MT
 c. Alberta / Montana
 d. Saskatchewan / MT, ND
 e. Manitoba / ND, MN
 f. Ontario / MI, MN, NY
 g. Quebec / NY, VT, NH, ME
 h. New Brunswick / Maine

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