Travel to Canada is NOT restricted:
The United States (U.S.) is cooperating closely with Canada to ensure that North American has a coordinated approach to combating the pandemic caused by the coronavirus.
On March 21, 2020, the U.S., Mexico, and Canada temporarily restricted non-essential travel across the US-Canada land borders. On May 20, 2020, all parties agreed to extend the restrictions on non-essential travel across their shared borders for 30 additional days until June 22, 2020. We are maintaining cross-border activities with Canada and Mexico that support health security, trade, commerce, supply security, and other essential activities while taking critical steps to protect our citizens and to curb spread of the virus.
[quote] Does this apply to U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents?
This restriction does not apply to U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents, persons from foreign countries who hold valid travel documents, and persons from foreign countries in the visa waiver program who are not otherwise subject to travel restrictions. This order does not apply to individual persons who should be excepted based on considerations of law enforcement, officer and public safety, humanitarian, or public health interests.
[quote] Will this affect Supply Chain?
Supply chains, including trucking, will not be impacted by this new measure. It is critical we preserve supply chains between both countries. These supply chains ensure that food, fuel, and life-saving medicines reach people on both sides of the border. Restrictions on travelers crossing the US-Canada land border for non-essential purposes will help the people of both countries remain safe and reduce spread of the virus, while preserving supply chains.
[quote] Will I be able to cross the land border to go to work?
Americans and Canadians cross the land border every day to do essential work or for other urgent or essential reasons, and that travel will not be impacted.
[quote] What restrictions are there to essential travel?
To safeguard our economic ties, travelers with essential purposes can continue to cross the land border and will be exempt from a self-isolation requirement. In addition, travelers with family care, educational or humanitarian reasons will continue to be affected. Restricted travelers will be returned to their last point of origin (Mexico or Canada) and CBP will suspend case processing of inadmissible individuals, to include those subject to travel restrictions.