COVID-stricken cross-border trucking finally returns to normal, signalling liftoff for economic recovery
from National Post
Cross-border truck traffic between Canada and the United States — that dropped steeply when the pandemic hit — is returning to near-normal levels, signalling liftoff for economic recovery. The latest border travel data means more than just good news for the trucking industry. It suggests that while COVID-19 remains a dangerous menace, we're shaking off the economic malaise that came with it.
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