More US/Canada border crossings closed to truck traffic

The busiest US/Canada border crossing – the Ambassador Bridge connecting Detroit, MI and Windsor, ON – has been blockaded on the Canadian side.

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. . . Trucks started blocking traffic at the Ambassador Bridge, located between Lake Erie and Lake Huron, late on Monday. Canada’s Border Services Agency said on Tuesday that the bridge was closed, but police later tweeted that U.S.-bound lanes were now open.

Canada sends 75% of its goods exports to the United States, and the bridge usually handles around 8,000 trucks a day.

“We got sent here to send a message and the message isn’t getting through,” Ottawa protest spokesman Tom Marazzo told reporters on Monday night.

Detroit also has a tunnel crossing to Canada, so auto traffic can use this alternate route.

It appears that a blockade is also in progress at the alternate bridge crossing between Port Huron, MI and Sarnia, ON.

According to a report on BitChute, the traffic is also shut down on the Blue Water Bridge:

Media is not covering the Sarnia-Port Huron border closure from Tractors. This is one of the busiest

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3 Responses to More US/Canada border crossings closed to truck traffic

  1. stella says:

    You may not be aware of it, but Michigan is Canada’s biggest trading partner – mainly because of the auto industry.

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