Border-spanning park allows separated people to meet without ‘crossing’ border
Peace Arch Park spans Surrey, B.C. and Blaine, Wash.
May 28, 2020 By CP 24
The 42-acre Peace Arch Park, which spans the Canada-U.S. border at Surrey, B.C. and Blaine, Wash., has become a place where loved ones on either side of the border can reunite without “crossing” the closed border. As long as visitors remain in the park, they can cross from one country to the other without the need for a passport.
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