Canadians not in a hurry for their mail-ordered stuff have delayed pickup, and “there’s no space here, I can’t walk anymore. Packages are holding. One lady, she has 200 boxes. I’m like a warehouse,” Hannon said.
Hannon is among several businesses and Washingtonians that are feeling a big hole where Canadians used to travel through. An estimated 7.3 million Canadians crossed the border going south in 2019, and they outnumber U.S. crossers three to one, according to a fall 2020 report by Western Washington University (WWU).