Canada-U.S. border

Canada-US border 

Former Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officer Patrick McNulty has shown people what they can do to have their $6,255 ArriveCan fines withdrawn. 

“Always, always, always select the option to take this ticket to trial,” said McNulty in a Monday video. 

Reporter (Alberta)

Jonathan Bradley is a Reporter for the Western Standard & Alberta Report. Bradley has contributed stories to the National Post, True North, and Canadaland. He obtained a master's degree in media production at Toronto Metropolitan University.

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Thank you sir. Fight these villains every step of the way.


I refused to download the app in late April. At that time the penalty was that I had to test within 24 hrs and again on day 8. I didn’t do either and no phone calls. It just proved to me that if you didn’t give them your information, they didn’t have it to harass you. Because my passenger did the two test and they harassed her for 3 weeks. 🤷‍♀️




Lovely, thank you Patrick McNulty. This puts a smile on my face. Should be passed onto "Rowan" in Buffalo, a Twitter guy trying to help all of us too.

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