The red-alert status spreading across the continent’s lower half has more Canadians than ever ignoring America’s increasingly persistent knock.
Restrictions covering people seeking to enter Canada from countries other than the United States were set to expire at midnight June 30.
The US has more than 1.5 million active cases of COVID-19, 42% of the world’s active caseload.
Discussions about when and how to begin easing those restrictions between Canada, the US and provinces are ongoing.
Concern virus lockdowns are damaging the flow of parts and goods that feed businesses in the three nations of the North American free trade zone.
The border was originally closed on March 21 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Current restrictions due to expire, US ban on foreign nationals arriving from a long list of European countries likely to remain in place.
Trudeau calls out the US for incomplete or failed deliveries of COVID-19 countermeasures.
…such as border agents are to distinguish between essential and non-essential travellers.
Exceptions could include mission-critical truck drivers, airline crew members and health-care workers.
Level of integration between the two countries is keeping the border open.
Want long-term water quality monitoring and to adopt a strict water quality standard for selenium.
Move would block incoming shipments of fruits and vegetables, TVs, medical devices and other products.
Key Democrat on the House National Security Committee wants to ensure the northern border doesn’t get overlooked.
Customs and Border Protection officials have made it clear that anyone who admits to using marijuana prior to Oct. 17 could be banned from entering the US.