Vermont’s three-member congressional delegation sent a letter to President Biden on Monday, urging that he work with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to expand essential travel for crossing the U.S.-Canada border.
Land ports of entry, like those in Vermont, will remain open. U.S. citizens who travel to Canada will be asked about their health and advised to self-isolate for 14 days.
Trade tensions between the United States and Canada strain a relationship with one of Vermont’s largest partners.
State businesses sell $5 billion worth of goods in Quebec each year; the province is Vermont’s largest trading partner.