U.S.-CANADA BORDER TO REMAIN CLOSED FOR ADDITIONAL 30 DAYS
Updated: May 26
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeauannounced, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19)outbreak, amutual agreement with the United States to remain current border restrictionsbetween the two countries by an additional 30 daysuntil May 21, 2020.
The border was originally closed on June 21, 2020, restricting nonessential travel between Canada and the U.S. but allowing trade and commerce, emergency response, and public health-related travel.
Please note, travel exemptions include Canadian citizens, Can. permanent residents, and foreign nationals coming for an essential (non-discretionary) purpose.