Canada to drop latest border restrictions, sources and news agencies say – Grand Forks Herald


GRAND FORKS — Canada will soon drop the last of its border restrictions, according to government sources and Canadian news agencies.

The Canadian Press, a national news agency, reported Thursday that border restrictions will end on September 30. It also means the end of the requirement for cross-border commuters to use the ArriveCan app when entering Canada, The Canadian Press reported.

The news agency reported that “two high-level government sources familiar with the decision have confirmed that the Cabinet Order Maintaining COVID-19 Border Measures will not be renewed when it expires on September 30.”

Earlier this month,

the Grand Forks Herald reported

that some believed the restrictions would end soon.

“The need for the ArriveCan app, at least at land border crossings, seems to be gone,” Robert Warren, who teaches at UND and has dual Canadian-American citizenship, told the Herald.

Also this week, the Reuters news agency reported that border requirements to enter Canada will likely end soon.

“Canada’s federal government will likely drop its COVID-19 vaccine requirement for people entering Canada at the end of the month,” Reuters reported.

According to Reuters, a source, “who was not authorized to speak officially, said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was ‘likely’ to drop the vaccination requirement on September 30.”

The Toronto Star also reported the news on Thursday.

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