Trudeau faces questions on Canada-U.S. border reopening following easing of COVID-19 travel restrictions Easter admitted it may be tough to convince Canadians it’s safe to reopen the border, after so much fear mongering by the government.“We have managed on the Canadian side to create a heck of a lot of fear,” Easter said. “It was useful in the beginning to get people to stay home and wear masks and social distance.
But we really did make people fearful.”For border towns like Stanstead in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, residents have had enough.Jeannette Sisco works at an antique shop there.
She said in the past, people freely crossed the border each day, for groceries, gas and shopping. Since COVID-19, the border sits mainly empty,“We have.Read more on globalnews.ca