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2013-07-15 - Normal operations resume at Prescott port of entry

Prescott, Ontario — The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is pleased to report normal operations have now resumed at the Prescott port of entry, which recently experienced a service disruption.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel that is critical to Canada’s economy. In 2012, the CBSA handled more than 14 million commercial releases, and processed over 100 million travellers through our ports of entry and we recognize that border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada’s economy.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. Our border services officers are provided with the training and tools to fulfil our mandate to protect Canadians and support a robust national economy.

We thank you for your patience and for helping us minimize the impact of this border service disruption.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Prescott port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA PCT.

2013-07-15 - Prescott port of entry is experiencing a service disruption

Prescott, Ontario — At this time the Prescott port of entry is experiencing a service disruption and border users may encounter delays. Until further notice, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) encourages you to consider the following alternate ports of entry to cross the border:

  • Cornwall
  • Lansdowne (Thousand Island Bridge)

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel which is critical to Canada’s economy and to this community. We recognize border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy and we are working to restore normal border operations at Prescott as quickly as possible.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. We thank you for your patience as we work with our partners and stakeholders to get border services back on track.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Prescott port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_PCT.

In 2012, the CBSA handled more than 14 million commercial releases, and processed over 100 million travellers through our ports of entry. The efficient movement of goods and people through our secure border is not only vital for trade, but helps promote Canada as an international destination for leisure and business travellers alike.

2013-07-10 - Normal operations resume at Peace Bridge port of entry

Fort Erie, Ontario — The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is pleased to report normal operations have now resumed at the Peace Bridge port of entry, which recently experienced a service disruption.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel that is critical to Canada’s economy. In 2012, the CBSA handled more than 14 million commercial releases, and processed over 100 million travellers through our ports of entry and we recognize that border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada’s economy.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. Our border services officers are provided with the training and tools to fulfil our mandate to protect Canadians and support a robust national economy.

We thank you for your patience and for helping us minimize the impact of this border service disruption.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Peace Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA PBR.

2013-07-10 - Peace Bridge port of entry is experiencing a service disruption

Fort Erie, Ontario — At this time the Peace Bridge port of entry is experiencing a service disruption and border users may encounter delays. Until further notice, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) encourages you to consider the following alternate ports of entry to cross the border:

  • Queenston-Lewiston Bridge
  • Niagara Falls Rainbow Bridge

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel which is critical to Canada’s economy and to this community. We recognize border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy and we are working to restore normal border operations at Peace Bridge as quickly as possible.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. We thank you for your patience as we work with our partners and stakeholders to get border services back on track

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Peace Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_PBR.

In 2012, the CBSA handled more than 14 million commercial releases, and processed over 100 million travellers through our ports of entry. The efficient movement of goods and people through our secure border is not only vital for trade, but helps promote Canada as an international destination for leisure and business travellers alike.

2013-06-06 - Normal operations resume at Blue Water Bridge port of entry

Sarnia, Ontario — The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is pleased to report normal operations have now resumed at the Blue Water Bridge port of entry, which recently experienced a service disruption.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel that is critical to Canada's economy. In 2012, the CBSA handled more than 14 million commercial releases, and processed over 100 million travellers through our ports of entry and we recognize that border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. Our border services officers are provided with the training and tools to fulfil our mandate to protect Canadians and support a robust national economy.

We thank you for your patience and for helping us minimize the impact of this border service disruption.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Blue Water Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA BWB.

2013-06-05 - Blue Water Bridge port of entry is experiencing a service disruption

Sarnia, Ontario — At this time the Blue Water Bridge port of entry is experiencing a service disruption and border users may encounter delays. Until further notice, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) encourages you to consider the following alternate ports of entry to cross the border:

  • Ambassador Bridge
  • Detroit and Canada Tunnel

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel which is critical to Canada's economy and to this community. We recognize border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy and we are working to restore normal border operations at Blue Water Bridge as quickly as possible.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. We thank you for your patience as we work with our partners and stakeholders to get border services back on track.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Blue Water Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_BWB.

In 2012, the CBSA handled more than 14 million commercial releases, and processed over 100 million travellers through our ports of entry. The efficient movement of goods and people through our secure border is not only vital for trade, but helps promote Canada as an international destination for leisure and business travellers alike.

2013-05-17 - Normal operations resume at Cornwall port of entry

Cornwall, Ontario — The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is pleased to report normal operations have now resumed at the Cornwall port of entry, which recently experienced a service disruption.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel that is critical to Canada's economy. In 2012, the CBSA handled more than 14 million commercial releases, and processed over 100 million travellers through our ports of entry and we recognize that border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. Our border services officers are provided with the training and tools to fulfil our mandate to protect Canadians and support a robust national economy.

We thank you for your patience and for helping us minimize the impact of this border service disruption.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Cornwall port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA CWL.

2013-05-17 - Cornwall port of entry is experiencing a service disruption

Cornwall, Ontario — At this time the Cornwall port of entry is experiencing a service disruption and border users may encounter delays. Until further notice, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) encourages you to consider the following alternate ports of entry to cross the border:

  • Prescott

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel which is critical to Canada's economy and to this community. We recognize border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy and we are working to restore normal border operations at Cornwall as quickly as possible.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. We thank you for your patience as we work with our partners and stakeholders to get border services back on track.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Cornwall port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_CWL.

In 2012, the CBSA handled more than 14 million commercial releases, and processed over 100 million travellers through our ports of entry. The efficient movement of goods and people through our secure border is not only vital for trade, but helps promote Canada as an international destination for leisure and business travellers alike.

2013-01-05 - Normal operations resume at Cornwall port of entry

Cornwall, Ontario —The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is pleased to report normal operations have now resumed at the Cornwall port of entry, which recently experienced a service disruption.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel that is critical to Canada's economy. In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry and we recognize that border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. Our border services officers are provided with the training and tools to fulfil our mandate to protect Canadians and support a robust national economy.

We thank you for your patience and for helping us minimize the impact of this border service disruption.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Cornwall port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_CWL.

2013-01-05 - Normal operations resume at Blue Water Bridge port of entry

Sarnia, Ontario —The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is pleased to report normal operations have now resumed at the Blue Water Bridge port of entry, which recently experienced a service disruption.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel that is critical to Canada's economy. In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry and we recognize that border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. Our border services officers are provided with the training and tools to fulfil our mandate to protect Canadians and support a robust national economy.

We thank you for your patience and for helping us minimize the impact of this border service disruption.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Blue Water Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA BWB.

2013-01-05 - Blue Water Bridge port of entry is experiencing a service disruption

Sarnia, Ontario —At this time a planned public protest is impacting road access to the Sarnia/Blue Water Bridge port of entry.  Although the CBSA is expediting border clearance and providing all usual services, border users may encounter delays.

We thank you for your patience as we work with our partners and stakeholders to get border services back on track.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Blue Water Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_BWB.

In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry. The efficient movement of goods and people through our secure border is not only vital for trade, but helps promote Canada as an international destination for leisure and business travellers alike.

2013-01-05 - Cornwall port of entry is experiencing a service disruption

Cornwall, Ontario —At this time the Cornwall port of entry is experiencing a service disruption and border users will encounter delays. Until further notice, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) encourages you to consider the following alternate ports of entry to cross the border:

  • Prescott

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel which is critical to Canada's economy and to this community. We recognize border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy and we are working to restore normal border operations at Cornwall as quickly as possible.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. We thank you for your patience as we work with our partners and stakeholders to get border services back on track.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Cornwall port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_CWL.

In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry. The efficient movement of goods and people through our secure border is not only vital for trade, but helps promote Canada as an international destination for leisure and business travellers alike.

2012-12-13 - Normal operations resume at Emerson port of entry

Emerson, Manitoba — The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is pleased to report normal operations have now resumed at the Emerson port of entry, which recently experienced a service disruption.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel that is critical to Canada's economy. In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry and we recognize that border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. Our border services officers are provided with the training and tools to fulfil our mandate to protect Canadians and support a robust national economy.

We thank you for your patience and for helping us minimize the impact of this border service disruption.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Emerson port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA EMR.

2012-12-13 - Emerson port of entry is experiencing a service disruption

Emerson, Manitoba — At this time the Emerson port of entry is experiencing a service disruption and border users may encounter delays.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel which is critical to Canada's economy and to this community. We recognize border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy and we are working to restore normal border operations at Emerson as quickly as possible.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. We thank you for your patience as we work with our partners and stakeholders to get border services back on track.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Emerson port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_EMR.

In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry. The efficient movement of goods and people through our secure border is not only vital for trade, but helps promote Canada as an international destination for leisure and business travellers alike.

2012-12-12 - Normal operations resume at Ambassador Bridge port of entry

Windsor, Ontario — The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is pleased to report normal operations have now resumed at the Ambassador Bridge port of entry, which recently experienced a service disruption.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel that is critical to Canada's economy. In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry and we recognize that border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. Our border services officers are provided with the training and tools to fulfil our mandate to protect Canadians and support a robust national economy.

We thank you for your patience and for helping us minimize the impact of this border service disruption.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Blue Water Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_ABB.

2012-12-12 - Ambassador Bridge port of entry is experiencing a service disruption

Windsor, Ontario – At this time the Ambassador Bridge Commercial Operations is experiencing a service disruption and commercial traffic may encounter delays. Until further notice, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) encourages you to consider the following alternate ports of entry to cross the border:

  • Blue Water Bridge (Sarnia)

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel which is critical to Canada's economy and to this community. We recognize border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy and we are working to restore normal border operations at Ambassador Bridge as quickly as possible.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. We thank you for your patience as we work with our partners and stakeholders to get border services back on track.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Ambassador Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_ABB.

In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry. The efficient movement of goods and people through our secure border is not only vital for trade, but helps promote Canada as an international destination for leisure and business travellers alike.

2012-12-12 - Normal operations resume at Blue Water Bridge port of entry

Sarnia, Ontario – The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is pleased to report normal operations have now resumed at the Blue Water Bridge port of entry, which recently experienced a service disruption.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel that is critical to Canada's economy. In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry and we recognize that border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. Our border services officers are provided with the training and tools to fulfil our mandate to protect Canadians and support a robust national economy.

We thank you for your patience and for helping us minimize the impact of this border service disruption.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Blue Water Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA BWB.

2012-12-12 - Ambassador Bridge port of entry Commercial Operations is experiencing a service disruption

Windsor, Ontario – At this time the Ambassador Bridge port of entry is experiencing a service disruption and border users may encounter delays.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel which is critical to Canada's economy and to this community. We recognize border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy and we are working to restore normal border operations at Ambassador Bridge as quickly as possible.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. We thank you for your patience as we work with our partners and stakeholders to get border services back on track.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Ambassador Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_ABB.

In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry. The efficient movement of goods and people through our secure border is not only vital for trade, but helps promote Canada as an international destination for leisure and business travellers alike.

2012-12-12 - Blue Water Bridge port of entry Commercial Operations is experiencing a service disruption

Sarnia, Ontario – At this time the Blue Water Bridge port of entry is experiencing a service disruption and border users may encounter delays.

The CBSA is committed to ensuring the free flow of trade and travel which is critical to Canada's economy and to this community. We recognize border disruptions affect the individuals and industry that fuel Canada's economy and we are working to restore normal border operations at Blue Water Bridge as quickly as possible.

The CBSA always puts the safety and security of its employees and Canadians first. We thank you for your patience as we work with our partners and stakeholders to get border services back on track.

CBSA clients can subscribe to the E-mail Border Alert Service on our Web site. Up-to-date Border Wait Times for our busiest land ports of entry can also be found on our Web site. Cross here often? Follow the Blue Water Bridge port of entry on Twitter for up-to-date information: @CBSA_BWB.

In 2011, the CBSA handled more than 13.5 million commercial releases, and processed over 96 million travellers through our ports of entry. The efficient movement of goods and people through our secure border is not only vital for trade, but helps promote Canada as an international destination for leisure and business travellers alike.

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