US-Canada border opening: What we know so far
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OTTAWA/TORONTO -- Starting in early November, the United States will be opening its land and sea border to non-essential fully vaccinated Canadian travellers for the first time since March 2020.
While the Public Health Agency of Canadais still advising against non-essential international travel, the border reopening means that Canadians can drive into the U.S. to visit family, or take a day trip, something Canada has allowed fully vaccinated Americans to do since Aug. 9.
With the official date of the policy change yet to be announced, the details remain scarce.
But, here’s what we know so far.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair has told CTV News that he expects the U.S. policy to be “harmonized” …
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