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(LifeSiteNews) – According to legacy media sources, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government is set to drop the vaccine segregation border entry mandates by the end of September.

The unpopular ArriveCan app is expected to become an optional customs app with which people can upload their passport and travel information electronically, rather than a mandatory app for the sharing of private medical information.

The move would allow vaccine-free Canadians to travel freely internationally and without quarantine and end a more than two year period that saw the restriction of movement of Canadians in a way never seen in the country’s history.

In addition, vaccine-free foreign citizens could enter the country without any restrictions.

On Saturday, the left-wing Toronto Star published an op-ed claiming that “sources” confirmed that border mandates were set to be dropped by the end of September, when the existing legal framework expires.

On Sunday night, the conservative Toronto Sun confirmed what was opined in the Star and published that, according to their sources, “most measures will be gone by the end of September,” with air-travel masking to be gone within a few weeks.

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According to the federal government’s Order in Council from June, the extension on vaccine restrictions at land, water, and air borders will expire on September 30, unless extended.

It seems that with mounting pressure against the less-than-stellar ArriveCan app, and with the growing anti-jab mandate conservative movement in Canada, the federal government sees the writing on the wall.

In addition, the government is being brought to court by the Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) over the mandatory usage of ArriveCan and mandatory 14-day quarantining of healthy vaccine-free Canadian citizens who return home from abroad. The argument from the JCCF is that the COVID-era measures are a breach of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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On Wednesday, a federal court will hear a government motion to dismiss the case Karl Harrison et al. v. Attorney General of Canada, which seeks to overturn the vaccine mandates.

The government will argue that if the mandates are dropped, there is no need basis for the legal challenge, but it is expected that the JCCF won’t let the feds off easy and will file an appeal.