Plan your trip across the border
African swine fever
Although there have been reported cases of African swine fever in China and parts of Europe, there have been no reported cases in Canada.
Learn more about African swine fever and get more information about how to prevent animal diseases from entering Canada.
Every year, millions of Canadian citizens and visitors travel across our Canadian borders. Everyone wants their border crossing to go smoothly with fewer delays. The best way to make sure this happens is to know what to expect and be prepared.
Whether you're returning home or visiting, CBSA wants to help you plan your trip across the border with some useful tools
Information and services for Canadian citizens and permanent residents, as well as and for non-residents visiting, settling in or doing business with Canada.
Information on current border wait times to plan your trip across the border. Border alerts let you know if there is a significant disruption to normal operations.
Looking for travel tips for returning home or visiting Canada? Here you'll find a travel checklist, videos, frequently asked questions and more.
Find a list of the CBSA's offices, service locations and hours of operations across Canada.
Find more information on the border and reach us through the Border Telephone Information Service.
A remote traveller processing pilot at the Morses Line border crossing in St-Armand, Quebec, will provide travellers with extended hours of service.
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