U.S. execs reportedly granted quarantine exemption for trip to Canada in August


The CEO and two executives of an American-based corporation were given approval to bypass mandatory COVID-19 quarantine rules on a recent trip to the GTA, says a company spokesperson. Reported Wednesday by CBC News, Liz Uihlein — president and CEO of Wisconsin-based Uline, Inc. — was granted a Canadian government exemption for her and two senior executives to conduct a two-day site visit at the company’s Milton, Ont. plant late last month without undergoing the mandatory 14-day quarantine.

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