|By Marketwired .||
|August 18, 2014 12:29 PM EDT||
GOODLANDS, MANITOBA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/18/14 -- Media are invited to join Member of Parliament Larry Maguire (Brandon-Souris), on behalf of the Honourable Steven Blaney, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, for the official opening of new port of entry facilities at Goodlands, Coulter and Lyleton.
A media availability will follow.
Date Tuesday, August 19, 2014 Time 10:00 a.m. (CDT) Location Goodlands port of entry, Manitoba Highway 21 South
From Winnipeg to Goodlands port of entry (318 km): From McGillivray Blvd/Route 155 West, continue onto Boundary Commission Trail/MB-3 West (950 m). Turn right onto Red Coat Trail/MB-2 West (signs for Treherne), travel 198 km. Turn left onto MB-10 South (signs for Boissevain), travel 49 km. Turn right onto Boundary Commission Trail/Highway 34/MB-3 West (signs for Deloraine), travel 33 km; turn left onto MB-21 South (signs for Bottineau), continue until Goodlands port of entry.
From Brandon to Goodlands port of entry (128 km): From 18th Street/MB-10 South, travel 78 km. Turn right onto Boundary Commission Trail/Highway 34/MB-3 West (signs for Deloraine), travel 33 km. Turn left onto MB-21 South (signs for Bottineau), continue until Goodlands port of entry.
Limited parking is available on the east and west side of the Goodlands port of entry. Roadside parking on the highway to the north is available for overflow.
Canada Border Services Agency
Office of the Minister of Public Safety and
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