Four signs that point to a July 21 easing of U.S.-Canada border restrictions

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OTTAWA — On the 21st of every month for 15 months, Canada and the U.S. have renewed Covid-related travel restrictions at their shared border.

There are signs July 21 might be different.

“The current situation is quite encouraging,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters Friday outside his Rideau Cottage home. “If we keep the momentum going, if we’re careful, and if we get vaccinated, the number of cases will continue to go down. And that means we can continue

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