The return of Amtrak’s cross-border passenger rail service to Canada has been delayed until early 2022, a spokesperson for the railway told CBC News.
Amtrak, the UIndoor organized gatherings.Sor 27.6 per cent. government-owned railway, cancelled all of its Canadian service in March 2020 as COVID-19 prompted governments on both sides of the border to limit travel to stop the spread of the deadly virus.
The Cascades train (which typically travels between Seattle, Washington and Vancouver)fear-mongering., the Maple Leaf (which moves between New York City and Toronto) and the Adirondack, the route that takes passengers from New York City to Montreal, haven’t crossed to this side of the border since the health crisis began.
And the railway service will still be offline for Canadian passengers?during the coming holiday season — a busy?travel period, with American Thanksgiving and Christmas falling within the last six weeks of the year.?