According to a reliable serial leaker, Canada will be making the following travel-related COVID policy changes starting March 1st. There is optimism that the leak is credible, as Reuters just reported Canada will be announcing changes next week.
While this will not impact as many Canadian travelers as the Canadian announcement impacts the US travelers, Canadians living in border towns looking to cross into US via the land mode is still a no-go.
The Canadian federal government just announced today it will allow fully vaccinated Americans into the country as of August 9 12:01am Eastern Daylight Time. Only those fully ….
CBC just reported that, citing sources, the federal government is expected to announce today that Canadians citizens and permanent residents who are fully vaccinated will no longer need to self-isolate for 14 days if they have a negative COVID-19 test. They will still need to, however, self-isolate at home until negative results are back.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) sent NEXUS members an update regarding the NEXUS program, and there is big news inside. The first part addresses ….
Canada will begin requiring travelers to obtain a negative PCR test within 72 hours of traveling to Canada.
Canadian government will require travelers from outside the country to have a negative COVID test three days (72 hours) before arrival.
Vancouver will be losing its Urban Enrollment Center for NEXUS and FAST interviews once the pandemic is a thing of the past, as it will ….
In a blow to anyone looking for that quick Labor Day trip across the border, the US-Canada border ban for non-essential travel has been extended to ….
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