A U.S. Border Patrol officer enters his vehicle on the United States side of the Canada-U.S. border, opposite a road on the Canadian side in Langley.

British Columbians appear to be heeding a directive to avoid travelling to the U.S., as shown by a steadily declining number of land border crossings and a lack of B.C. licence plates at shopping hot spots in northern Washington state.

All non-essential traffic, such as tourism and recreation, across borders between Canada and the U.S. has been cut off since late last week. According to the Canada Border Services Agency, travel by healthy people who have to cross the border for work or other essential purposes, such as medical care, will continue.

Supply chains have been maintained, meaning trucks continue to cross the border to deliver food, fuel and medicine.

“I would definitely agree that the …read more

Source:: Vancouver Sun – Business


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