Major US–Canada Border Crossing Reopens After Being Blocked by Protesters

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The busiest U.S.–Canada border crossing reopened on Feb. 14 after being blocked for around a week by truckers and others protesting against COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

Traffic resumed on the Ambassador Bridge, which connects Windsor, Ontario, with Detroit, Michigan, after Canadian police officers made arrests to clear the protest blockage.

Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens said in a statement that “our national economic crisis at the Ambassador bridge came to an end.

“Illegal acts, blockades, and hate speech must not be tolerated and should be denounced,” he added.

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