US-Canada Travel Ban Extended Until November 21
On Monday, October 19th the US Department of Homeland Security announced that the travel ban for all non-essential travel between Canada and the United States has been extended through November 21st. This is the 4th extension since the original closing on March 18th.
The border was initially closed by mutual agreement on March 18th and was initially set to expire on July 21st. However it was extended on July 16th with the new expiration date of August 21st. Then on Friday, August 14th the new expiration date was set for September 21st. On Friday September 28th the expiration date was set for October 21st.
Essential travel is defined as trade shipments, essential workers and approved temporary foreign workers.