Douglas border crossing opens

Minister of Public Safety Peter Van Loan, 2nd left, meets with drug and gun sniffing dog Timber and her handler Canadian border guard Kendy Michaloski, left, following the official opening of the new Douglas border crossing on the Canada-USA border in Surrey, B.C., on Thursday.

Minister of Public Safety Peter Van Loan

Minister of Public Safety Peter Van Loan

Minister of Public Safety Peter Van Loan, 2nd left, meets with drug and gun sniffing dog Timber and her handler Canadian border guard Kendy Michaloski, left, following the official opening of the new Douglas border crossing on the Canada-USA border in Surrey, B.C., on Thursday. The Douglas port of entry processes more than 2 million vehicles and 3 million travelers a year.

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