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Border Survey Helps Canada Understand Foreign Spending

January 29, 2014

From time to time, Canadian border guards at ports such as this one Rock Island, Quebec, asks visitors to their country to fill out a survey to determine how much money they spend in Canada. (Photo by Christopher Roy)

DERBY LINE - Anyone crossing into Canada from the United States last Saturday may have received a survey from Canadian border officers.
Statistics Canada conducts the international travel survey to determine the amount of money Canadians spend in other countries and the amount foreign travelers, including Americans, spend in Canada.

Please see The Newport Daily Express Thursday for the complete story.


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