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COVID-19 guidance for travellers

COVID-19 guidance for travellers

Last updated: October 11, 2022

COVID-19 guidance for travellers

Travelling looks a bit different these days! Before you embark on your next trip, prepare by referring to the curated checklists of resources below-one for pre-trip planning and one for when you're ready for takeoff. 

Latest Update: Effective October 1, the Government of Canada has removed all COVID-19 travel and border measures. Learn more here.External Link Title  

Though we make every effort to update this checklist routinely, travel regulations and/or restrictions are continually changing and there may be delays in immediate updates. This checklist is designed as a place to start, not a definitive source.



  • Ensure you have everything needed for your flight or mode of transport. For updated requirements of what's required of travellers onboard flights, click hereExternal Link Title.
  • If flying, check your flight status and plan for additional time at the airport--refer to your air carrier or airport recommendations.
  • You're all set! We can't wait to welcome you soon. To get inspired for your adventure ahead, check out some of our favourite videosExternal Link Title.

Prevention and planning

The Public Health Agency of CanadaExternal Link Title (PHAC) is actively monitoring COVID-19 (coronavirus). You can find preventative information hereExternal Link Title on the PHAC's website or call the Health Canada COVID-19 information line at 1-833-784-4397 for further information.

Travel advisory

Flights and border services

For everything you need to know to prepare for a worry-free flight to or in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada websiteExternal Link Title. This resource includes information about airports, identification requirements and more.

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