The end of random border testing can't come soon enough for many travellers

The federal government’s pandemic border measures — including random testing for vaccinated travellers — could be coming to an end soon. It might not be soon enough for many travellers and tourism operators.

Sources told CBC News that the government is likely to end all of the measures in the near term and the final decision is awaiting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s approval. The measures were set to expire on Sept. 30.

Cathy Pudlewski said she had such a terrible experience after being tapped for a random test that she could only compare it to “being almost harassed.”

The 73-year-old from Lancaster, New York said she was crossing the border to nearby Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. to see a play in mid-August

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