The Federal Government has announced that effective October 1, 2022, all COVID-19 border measures will be lifted. This article details what this means for travellers.Read more
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Government of Canada has announced the easing of certain COVID-19 border measures in light of Canada’s high vaccination rate and decreasing hospitalization rates. New measures will come into effect on February 28, 2022Read more
The Government of Canada has announced modifications to the current COVID-19 border measures, specifically reintroducing pre-entry testing requirements for all travellers entering Canada and more.Read more
The Federal Government has announced additional border measures and travel restrictions to address the new Omicron variant of concern.Read more
Provided Canada’s COVID-19 epidemiology remains favourable, the Canadian border will soon be open to travellers fully vaccinated with Government of Canada-accepted vaccines.Read more
Effective July 5th, Canadian citizens, permanent residents, and foreign nationals eligible to enter Canada under current travel restrictions will no longer be subject to the federal requirement to quarantine, or be required stay at a government-authorized hotel upon entry into Canada.Read more
Intended first step would be to allow fully-vaccinated Canadians, permanent residents and essential workers to enter Canada without the requirement to stay in a government-approved quarantine hotel upon arrival.Read more