Both sides of border hope changes make Canada entry easier

Minneapolis Star Tribune

Doug Smith

Tom Pearson has readied his Camp Narrows Lodge on the Canadian side of Rainy Lake for the influx of American anglers beginning this weekend, Ontario’s fishing opener.

The cabins are cleaned, the boats gassed.

Pearson expects good fishing and good business — as long as his customers can get across the U.S.-Canadian border at International Falls.

Which, for the past 10 years or so, hasn’t been a sure thing.

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