Canada-U.S. Border Restrictions Likely Extended to November: Report
Canada and the United States are expected to extend existing border restrictions until November.
That's according to a report from CTV News, which cites senior government sources.
The current agreement on the U.S.-Canada border closure to non-essential travel was set to expire on Sept. 21.
Sources tell CTV News the restrictions will remain in place until it is felt that the COVID-19 pandemic is under control.
The travel ban was first imposed in March and has been renewed every month since.
Tourists and cross-border visits remain prohibited, although trade and commerce are exempted.
This is the sixth renewal of the border restrictions since the coronavirus pandemic was declared.
With files from CTV News