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Bob and Janette Cherlet travel down to Grand Forks around four to five times a year. The couple enjoys camping at local campgrounds but also makes the most of their time to stop in at area stores such as Target, Kohls, and Menards. (Luke Franke/ Grand Forks Herald)

Survey finds Grand Forks still popular with Canadians despite currency exchange flux

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Every time they visit Grand Forks, Wendy Hegg and Jennifer Owens, two close friends from Winnipeg, said they bring around $800 to $1,000 worth of stuff back home.

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“Lots of things in Canada are more expensive,” said Hegg.

Plus, Owens said, “It’s a quick drive.”

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