Immigrants, temporary foreign workers and international students coming into Canada as the country re-opens its borders to non-essential travel starting next month will enjoy a bit of a post-pandemic popularity bump. And it’s all because they’ll be either fully-vaccinated against COVID-19 or will have been tested and found to be COVID-19 free at the border.
Starting Monday February 22, all travellers coming to Canada by air for non-essential reasons need to stay in government-designated hotels for three days at their own costs after getting a COVID-19 test. But the costs of those hotel stays might be less than the previously-announced sum of $2,000. “The cost of each stay will vary
Canada has agreed with its major airlines to cancel flights to Mexico and the Caribbean to discourage international travel during the coronavirus pandemic. Air Canada, WestJet, Air Transat and Sunwing have all agreed to halt services from Sunday January 31 until April 30. Special arrangements are to be made to bring those currently in Mexico
Every traveller arriving in Canada must present credible 14-day isolation or quarantine plan under new rules announced by the federal government to combat the spread of COVID-19. The rules apply to everyone entering Canada, whether they show coronavirus symptoms or are asymptomatic. That isolation cannot happen in a place where they would be in contact