Border town mayors urge Trudeau to do away with ArriveCAN app

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Following the Trudeau Liberals’ announcement that vaccine mandates for travel would be coming to an end, mayors of numerous border towns have called for the ArriveCAN app to be next on the chopping block.

Many have argued that the app, which was launched in November 2020, has served its purpose, and is no longer needed.

On Wednesday, mayors from multiple border towns in Ontario held a virtual news conference in an attempt to persuade Trudeau to do away with the app.

“We’re being punished by not being recognized that this need for this app has gone and you can’t justify its continued existence,” Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley said.

He went on to argue that his town, and others like it, are “the Rodney Dangerfield of cities” because they’re “not treated with respect by the federal government.”

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