Canadian federal government is temporarily restricting all non-essential travel between the Canadian-U.S. borders
Businesses with cross-border interests should be aware that the Canadian federal government is temporarily restricting all non-essential travel between the Canadian-U.S. borders, to address concerns related to COVID-19. The Canadian government made this announcement March 18, 2020, in agreement with the United States. While commercial trade is still able to continue, businesses should keep an eye on the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and, in some areas, brace for certain shipment delays.
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