|Current status:||Potential Border Impact in Ontario|
|Affected port(s) of entry:||CORNWALL TRAFFIC OFFICE|
|Incident description:||Local security event.|
|Time of incident:||11:45 p.m. (ADT) May 31, 2009|
|Location of incident:||Cornwall port of entry|
|Wait times:||To be determined|
|Duration of delay:||To be determined|
|Impact of incident:||A temporary port of entry has been established in the city of Cornwall|
|Suggested alternate ports/routes:|
|Hours of operation at alternate ports:
Note: The hours of operation listed here are applicable for the duration of the incident. They may differ from the normal hours of operation at these ports. Times are local.
ST-BERNARD-DE-LACOLLE: HIGHWAY 15
|Next Update:||9:30 a.m. (ADT) November 26, 2010|
|Additional information:||Effective 6:00 a.m. on July 13, the Seaway International Bridge has resumed operations and re-opened to all traffic. The CBSA has opened a temporary border crossing in the City of Cornwall, at the base of the north span of the Seaway International Bridge. All travelers entering Canada from the U.S. are required to report directly to the CBSA temporary border crossing in the City of Cornwall, as required under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and the Customs Act. While there may be delays as travelers and staff becomes familiar with the temporary border crossing, the CBSA is working diligently to minimize delays for travelers while ensuring the safety and security of the border. This site will be further updated as activities warrent|
Note: The information on this Web site relates only to Canada-bound travel and trade. For information related to incidents affecting U.S.-bound travel and trade, visit U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Unified Business Resumption Messaging Centre.