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    Some experts believe by late summer or early fall travel between the Canada-U.S. border can return. However, they say the process will be complicated. Non-essential travel was closed in March 2020; the agreement is supposed to be renewed on May 21 between Ottawa and Washington.

    The original closure agreement had some exceptions for people attending a funeral or applying for refugee status. Their situation would be based on compassionate grounds and enforcement of the agreement would be lessened. 

    Aaron Ettinger is an associate professor at Carleton University that specialized in Canadian and U.S. foreign policy. He claims the border will remain shut down for at least a few more months as “Politically, the United States and Canada would have to get on the same page”.

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