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I'm very sorry for the loss of your sister. I hope things are settled quickly so that you may attend to her funeral. This article from the start of May states: The government defines “optional” or “discretionary” travel as coming to Canada for the purposes of tourism, recreation, and entertainment among others. Some examples of trips that the government ...


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There is a sidewalk that runs through the Peace Arch Park, next to the northbound lanes, between the Canadian border checkpoint and the US border checkpoint. As a pedestrian, you should cross into the park and follow the sidewalk across the border and to the checkpoint. Bicycles can use the roadway to pass by all the cars, but in both directions you will ...


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I don't know about tolls. In normal circumstances, there are no restrictions for people crossing on foot or on bike (you need to have valid ID). But these days, crossing between Canada and USA is restricted to essential workers (and freight). US version : https://help.cbp.gov/s/article/Article-1596?language=en_US Canada version: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc....


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You yield to the person on your right. If it's busy enough for everyone to arrive at the same time, somebody has probably just gone. That is the spark plug/tiebreaker. Whoever had that person most immediately on their right, goes next. So if 3 had just gone, 1 is up. Then 2 goes. Then 4, then 3 again. When you have a spread out intersection like this,...


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In general, learners permits are not valid for operating a motor vehicle outside of the country that issues them as they are not considered full, valid licenses and most countries do not take the time to create rules to allow exemptions for learners permits. One authoritative source that indicates the non-validity of a learners license abroad is that the ...


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"The main road gets priority" applies when the side roads have stop signs and the main road doesn't. There is no rule in Ontario about relative road sizes in the absence of signs. (Driveways and roads, yes, but not two roads.) The Drivers Handbook is online: click "Safe and Responsible Driving " then "Driving through intersections" and finally "Controlled ...


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Britain and Canada share immigration data under the Five Eyes treaty. You should assume that the Canadians are aware of your ban. Do not be tempted to try to cover up the ban. If the Canadians know and you don't tell them you're likely to get another ban. Since the Canadians are likely already aware of your ban and the circumstances it is likely that it ...


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