With rising food prices and inflation, Canadians are shopping for groceries near the US border. Brandy Dustin, who lives in Beecy, goes shopping at the store in Eureka, which is about a 15-minute drive away. Despite the higher per-gallon price, Dustin claims to save $300 a month by crossing the border twice a week to buy everything he requires. Bread, fruits, and veggies cost the same as they do in Canada. However, Dustin claims that the prices for cheese, butter, and meat are significantly lower. So they say it's normal to go shopping for a month and then bring everything home.