Securing the border

When entering travel details in ArriveCAN, travellers will be prompted to select the airline, cruise vessel and/or port of entry at which they are planning to enter Canada. If the airline, cruise vessel or port of entry, that a traveller intends to enter is not available in the drop-down list, users are asked to select any alternative that is listed. By selecting an available option, travellers will be able to progress to the next screen and successfully complete their ArriveCAN submission. This is a temporary situation until ArriveCAN is updated, and it will not stop travellers from entering through any reporting sites that have reopened.

Report border-related criminal activity

To ensure the free flow of legitimate people and goods, the CBSA monitors, investigates, detains and removes those people or goods in violation of the relevant laws. We do this by putting in place programs and services to: ensure trade security, manage access to Canada and work together with business and other government organizations.

Working together

Canada works proactively to establish and maintain strong working relationships with governments, organizations and communities that foster an open dialogue for information sharing and risk management.

Federal government
Joint Canada/U.S. initiatives
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