By Staff The Canadian Press
Posted May 29, 2020 12:40 pm
Community Interviews with Moose FM
2:26United States-Canada border closure keeping loved ones apart
The ban on non-essential travel has not only impacted those travelling for leisure. As Shallima Maharaj explains, it has separated loved ones and there is no end in sight.
Trudeau acknowledged recent media reports of family members or people with permanent-resident status being turned away by border agents as a result of a mutual ban on non-essential cross-border travel.
But he also noted that while some premiers support the idea, others are concerned about the potential risk of cases of COVID-19 being imported into their provinces.