Prepare for longer lineups at the borders over the weekend as Canadian shoppers head down to the U-S to take advantage of Black Friday sales.
The Canada Border Services Agency is advising travelers to prepare for a busy U-S Thanksgiving weekend.
Last year, more than 92,000 vehicles crossed into Canada through one of the five border crossings in the Lower Mainland.
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The busiest crossings were the Douglas crossing at Highway 99 and I-5 and the Pacific Highway 15 crossing.
Waits of two hours or more are being forecast, with the longest waits to get back into Canada will be Black Friday between 12 pm and 9 pm.
The heaviest traffic of the weekend will likely be experienced on Sunday at the conclusion of the U-S holiday weekend.