Some Canadians might be in their feelings about the potential of the virus entering our country after learning that over 300,000 trips were taken across the Canada-U.S. border in July. There were other journeys from overseas too. That's according to Statistic Canada's travel log.
The government agency said overall travel understandably fell flat due to restrictions on un-necessary galavanting that was enforced on March 21, but it didn't stop altogether.
Voyages to Canada from both the United States and overseas countries dropped by roughly 97% compared to July of 2019.
Where there were once 7.9 million people jaunting from coast to coast, just hundreds of thousands still fly high.
However, there were still a lot of trips back and forth.
The short journey across the southern border saw 347,100 people passing through in the month of July alone.