Protesters block major Canada-U.S. border crossing in Manitoba

Protesters are now blocking the major Canadian/U.S. border crossing in Manitoba.

It is being blocked in both directions by farm equipment and semis.

A Canadian manufacturing group is urging all governments to work together to end the blockades and disruptions at the border. Roughly 80 percent of Manitoba exports go to the U.S and Mexico, and they are already struggling with labor shortages and supply chain disruptions.


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