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Trucker protest strands beef shipments at U.S.-Canada border

More than 150 loads of beef are stuck at the border at Coutts, Alberta

Protesters who are rallying against vaccine mandates are holding up shipments of Canadian beef to the U.S.

More than 150 loads of beef are stuck at the border at Coutts, Alberta, the Canadian Meat Council said Monday. A blockade of vehicles has been slowing traffic at the crossing between Alberta and Montana since the weekend in a protest against rules that require truckers crossing the border to be fully vaccinated.

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