Travel tips

From: Canadian Border Services Agency

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is committed to providing the best possible service, which includes helping you know what to expect when you arrive at the Canadian border.

August 9 border changes

American citizens and permanent residents of the United States, who currently reside in the U.S. and who qualify as fully vaccinated travellers, will be able to enter Canada for discretionary travel starting .

Unless eligible, other foreign nationals can’t enter Canada at this time.

COVID-19: Latest update

Visit Current border measures and requirements for information about how COVID-19 is affecting travellers, border services, programs and business.

Services and information

Travelling with a disability

Request assistance, border clearance process, completing your declaration, special services counter.

Border reminder checklist

Steps to follow when crossing the border and making your declaration.

Moving or returning to Canada

Identification, making a declaration, bringing goods across the border and more.

COVID-19: Travel, quarantine and borders

Who can come to Canada, testing, transiting, hotels for air travellers, and more.

Travelling with minors

Bring the right identification and citizenship documents to the border for yourself and your family.

Travelling with pets

Declaration of animals, permits and certificates, pets, commercial and service dogs and exotic pets.

Travel documents

Acceptable documents, establishing your personal identity, your citizenship and other important information.

Plan your trip across the border

Border wait times, reporting requirements, tips to improve your experience crossing the border.

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