Canada Border Services Agency says over 22,600 travellers entered Canada through the Nelway crossing between July and September.
More than 11,980 of these travellers were Canadian residents and 10,700 were visitors.
Border services officers made 21 customs seizures with a total duty value of $6,250.
During this period, officers also seized two handguns, “personal quantities” of amphetamine, and stopped a traveller who tried to enter Canada without reporting to customs.
Twenty-six people were also deemed “inadmissible” and refused entry.