The Canadian government is set to make changes to the rules on their cross-border policies, allowing more situations for people to enter into Canada for purposes of family unification.
Tuesday night’s presidential debate appeared to spark more controversy than confidence among the American populace. From 9pm on, people started typing “move to Canada” in Google in record numbers.
Officials have decided to continue the closure of all Canada/US land borders thought the 21st of October, due to ongoing concerns over the coronavirus.
There have been more than 6.1 million COVID-19 in the US. Canada sits much farther below at just over 132,000 cases.
Blair tweeted the announcement of Friday morning, saying that Canada "will continue to do what's necessary to keep our communities safe."
There have been reports in Canada of cars with out-of-country plates being scratched with keys, and drivers being tailgated and harassed due to their licence plates.
Moshe Lander, an economist told the CBC "As long as Canadians don't feel safe, then why force open that border when there's no strong political logic to doing it?"
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