Home Image

‘We’re losing business’: Frustration builds on world’s longest border as Canada goes slow on reopening

Rules have blocked tourists, kept families apart, prevented students from visiting college campuses and hurt trade-dependent manufacturers

Canada’s Justin Trudeau has a border problem. Like his counterpart in the White House, he’s being pummelled by his political opponents for it. Canada’s land border with the U.S., the world’s longest, has been shut to many foreign travellers for more than 13 months. Non-essential workers entering the country are required to quarantine for two weeks. The rules have blocked tourists, kept families apart, prevented students from visiting college campuses and hurt trade-dependent manufacturers.

“This is a trade barrier the Canadian government has erected that is doing more to repatriate business in the U.S., in our industry, than all the Trump rhetoric of the last four years”

– TIM GALBRAITH, SALES MANAGER, CAVALIER TOOL & MANUFACTURING LTD.

FULL ARTICLE HERE


Share

CAMM welcomes our corporate sponsors

Progressive Components