Frosty or friendly: Have Canada-US relations been strained amid the pandemic?

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As border regulations and travel rules for vaccinated Canadians travelling to the United States begin to ease, some wonder whether the dragged-out process signals a frosting relationship between the two countries lately.

Aside from the pandemic, the two North American nations have hit various snags between each other in recent years – from defending the Line 5 pipeline, to the lobbying against the Buy American plan, to the lingering absence of an American ambassador to Canada.

Mike Le Couteur looks at whether Canada is still on best terms with its closest neighbour.

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