The federal government is about to make it harder for people to travel across land borders. Starting on Monday, all non-essential travellers will need to provide evidence of a recent negative COVID-19 test before they get to the border. The requirement is currently in place for air travellers. Showing up without proof of a test could result in a $3,000 fine. The new enforcement is in addition to the requirement to quarantine for 14 days after arrival in Canada.