The Cornwall Port of entry is experiencing a disruption Service
This is the port of entry Currently experiencing a Service disruption and border users May encounter delays. Until further Top Form, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) encouraged you to Consider The Following alternate ports of entry to cross the border:
Please Note That not all ports of entry can Accommodate shopping traffic.
The CBSA Recognizes border disruptions affect Both travelers and industry and we are working to normal border operations at the port of entry restore this as Quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience, while we get operations back on track.
Service interruption at the entry point of Cornwall
A service interruption affects now this entry point and travelers could experience delays. Until further notice, the Agency Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) invites you to consider the following alternative entry points to cross the border:
Please note that some entry points do not serve the commercial sector.
The CBSA recognizes that border disruptions affect not only travelers but also the industry. We endeavor to restore as quickly as normal border operations at the entry point. Thank you for your patience while we work to resolve the situation.
UPDATE FROM CBSA 6:28 PM
Temporary closure of south channel bridge between Cornwall Island and Massena NY
May 8, 2015 Cornwall, Ontario Canada Border Services Agency
The Canada Border Services Agency is advising travellers and commercial carriers that the south channel of the Seaway International Bridge is closed for repairs from Cornwall Island to Massena, NY for the next 48 hours.
As a result, the CBSA recommends travellers use the Prescott, ON/Ogdensburg, NY port of entry or the Dundee, QC/Fort Covington, NY port of entry to enter Canada from the United States until further notice. Commercial carriers are advised to use the use the Prescott, ON/Ogdensburg, NY port of entry.
The CBSA Cornwall port of entry remains open for travellers and commercial carriers coming from Cornwall Island using the north span of the Seaway International Bridge.