A Canadian maple leaf is seen on the Peace Bridge, which runs between Canada and the United States, over the Niagara River in Buffalo, New York. Photo: ReutersA Canadian maple leaf is seen on the Peace Bridge, which runs between Canada and the United States, over the Niagara River in Buffalo, New York. Photo: Reuters
A Canadian maple leaf is seen on the Peace Bridge, which runs between Canada and the United States, over the Niagara River in Buffalo, New York. Photo: Reuters

Quarantine cheats and tourists threaten Canada amid US coronavirus surge

  • Concerns rising over imported cases as border crossings increase and travellers flout rules despite fines and checks
  • Ottawa is under pressure from US lawmakers who want phased plan for reopening, but more than 80 per cent of Canadians polled want border to remain closed

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A Canadian maple leaf is seen on the Peace Bridge, which runs between Canada and the United States, over the Niagara River in Buffalo, New York. Photo: ReutersA Canadian maple leaf is seen on the Peace Bridge, which runs between Canada and the United States, over the Niagara River in Buffalo, New York. Photo: Reuters
A Canadian maple leaf is seen on the Peace Bridge, which runs between Canada and the United States, over the Niagara River in Buffalo, New York. Photo: Reuters
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