The prime minister said he doesn’t want to jeopardize the progress made in the fight against the pandemic by throwing open the border too quickly.
And they need lead time to prepare,” said Canadian Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Perrin Beatty.
“Canadians need clarity and certainty, which today we don't have, and the goalposts keep moving.
“The people that are making these decisions do not have a clue how the real world works.”.
And what are we finding in the actual travellers coming in right now in this in very initial precautionary phase?”
That will be our first focus, and we will have more to say in the coming weeks,” Trudeau said, promising continued aid for the tourism businesses.
“We will continue the reopening of our borders, but we will do it in a way that ensures the ongoing safety of all Canadians. »