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Canadian Travelers Vacations Are Being Ruined By Passport Delays

Passport applications have increased four times compared to last year’s data and Service Canada hasn’t met citizens’ needs After two long years of a devastating pandemic, Canadian travelers are finally planning on visiting foreign destinations and enjoying vacations while the travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 have been eased around the world. However, passport offices …

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Canada Will Still Require Masks On Planes Despite Judge Overturning Law In U.S.

Canada will still require travelers to wear masks on planes – despite a Judge in the United States recently overturning the U.S. government’s mask mandate for public transport. This means that masks will still be required when onboard airplanes – including when inside airport terminals – as well as on trains, buses, and when using …

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What’s It Like Traveling To Canada Right Now

Since Canada simplified entry rules for tourists as of April 1st, the nation looks to recover over two years of lost tourism, finally welcoming back visitors with fewer restrictions. As both the rules at the border and local mandates, such as mask-wearing, have been loosening – Canada expects to welcome more foreign arrivals this spring …

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New Airline Connecting Canada To The United States And Mexico

A new airline named Canada Jetlines will soon be departing from Toronto Pearson Airport to popular destinations in the U.S., Caribbean, and Mexico. The new airline is targeting summer 2022 to begin operations from Toronto’s busiest airport. Their announcement of a summer start date comes shortly after Canada removed the pre-departure testing requirement for travelers, …

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U.S. State Department Lowers Travel Advisory Risk For Canada

The U.S. Department of State has recently – from 4 April – lowered its travel advisory level for Canada to Level 3 – with the nation previously having been listed at level 4. Although the State Department’s level 3 category states that Americans should ‘reconsider travel’ to the country, Canada had previously been listed at …

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Canada Removes Testing For Entry April 1st

After two long years of some of the strictest entry rules worldwide, Canada is finally removing its testing for entry requirement. As of April 1, 2022, the federal government will get rid of pre-arrival testing requirements for vaccinated travelers to enter Canada.  Up until April 1st, travelers need to show proof of a negative antigen …

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Canada Announces Very Strict Rules For Cruise Ships And Passengers

The federal government of Canada has just announced a new public health plan for cruise ships – with the country’s cruise ship season due to begin next month (April). Most countries reopened for cruising last year and have already dropped most restrictions that Canada is now just announcing. The nation’s Transport Minister, Omar Alghabra, laid …

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Ontario Removes Vaccine Passport And Will End Mask Mandate

Canada has been easing COVID restrictions during the past few days, making it easier for vaccinated travelers to visit As of March 1, Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccine passport requirement has been lifted, and people no longer need to show proof of vaccination before entering indoor establishments. The capacity limit for bars, restaurants, and other establishments has …

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Air Canada Relaunches Flights To 34 Destinations Around The World

Air Canada has just announced that they will be relaunching flights to thirty-four destinations around the world – starting from next month (March). With the Covid-19 pandemic having put a halt to many of their international flight routes – including flights to some Caribbean destinations – Canadians will once again be able to take to …

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Canada Drops PCR Testing for Antigen, Removes ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisory

Canada has just announced that they are dropping PCR testing for International arrivals effective March 1st.  Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos announced that the country will drop the 72-hour pre-flight PCR testing for vaccinated travelers, swapping the slow and expensive PCR-type tests for quick and cheap antigen tests. Instead of showing proof of a negative 72-hour …

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Canada Is The Latest Country Hit With Flight Cancelations and Delays

Flight cancelations continue to be a nightmare across the United States, as passengers return this week from their holiday travels. This past Sunday there were over 2,700 flight cancelations, and another 1,800 the following day — affecting every single US airline. But the United States is not the only country that is being rocked from the …

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Canada To Drop PCR Testing For Trips Less Then 72 Hours

More positive news for Canadian travelers who are planning short trips away from home – a source says soon Canadian residents won’t have to present a PCR when returning if it’s been less than 72 hours. Canada Dropping PCR Test For Residents Returning Home From Short Trips According to a source, soon fully vaccinated Canadian …

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