Survey finds Grand Forks still popular with Canadians despite currency exchange flux
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.
“Lots of things in Canada are more expensive,” said Hegg.
Plus, Owens said, “It’s a quick drive.”
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