Traveller Resource Hub
In the rapidly changing landscape of travel amid COVID-19, we understand your need for up-to-date information pertaining your travel journey. In order to assist, we have created this hub that includes a number of resources including an interactive travel map, handy checklists, FAQs and more.
Travelling within or returning to Canada
*The destinations you're travelling to may have restrictions in place due to COVID-19. Failure to comply with COVID-19 requirements may result in your being unable to use the travel products purchased and experience disruption to your travel plans and additional costs.
Effective April 1, 2022, pre-entry tests are no longer required for fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada by land, air or water. You must still use ArriveCAN within 72 hours before your arrival to Canada.
Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated children 5 years of age or older must provide a valid pre-entry test result, even if they are accompanying a fully vaccinated adult.
Children who are less than 5 years old are not required to test, regardless of their vaccination status. For more information visit the governments Travel to Canada page.
Upon your entry to Canada by air or at a land border crossing, the border services officer may notify you that you’ve been randomly selected for a mandatory arrival test.
To board your flight, train or cruise ship, if you’re 12 years of age plus 4 months, or older, you must:
- Be fully vaccinated with accepted vaccines
- Be ready at any point in your journey to show your official proof of vaccination
- Have received your second dose at least 14 calendar days prior to the day you travel
- Have no signs or symptoms of COVID-19
- Follow public health advice, such as wearing a mask
Please visit COVID-19 Boarding flights and trains in Canada for more details.
If you're flying to Canada as your final destination, it is mandatory you use ArriveCAN to submit your contact and quarantine information. You must submit your information before you board your flight to Canada. Download the app (App Store | Google Play) or visit ArriveCAN.
When returning to Canada, travellers may be subject to further measures imposed by the provincial, territorial or municipal governments to prevent the spread of COVID-19. There are various measures in place to restrict non-essential inter and intra-provincial/territorial travel, including without limitation new entry forms or possible self-quarantine requirements on arrival in Canada, visit the Government of Canada's website for more information.
Travelling outside of Canada
The destinations you're travelling to may have restrictions in place due to COVID-19. Failure to comply with COVID-19 requirements may result in your being unable to use the travel products purchased and experience disruption to your travel plans and additional costs.
When travelling outside of Canada, please take note of the numerous measures in place which include without limitation, new entry forms or self-quarantine requirements upon arrival at the destination.
Travellers should ensure they are familiar with the restrictions imposed by the local authorities at their destination.
Requirements to enter a destination change often, so it is highly advisable to check our interactive travel map and the Government of Canada's Travel Advice, along with the country’s website regularly for the most up to date information before travelling.
Where can I travel within Canada?
Important Travel Advisory: When travelling you need to ensure you meet the current COVID-19 travel regulations and advisories for your departure point, destination, and any transit points prior to booking. For more information see our interactive map.
There are currently travel restrictions and exemptions when moving between or within some provinces and territories.
For detailed information visit the Government of Canada's domestic travel advice.
The provinces and territories below may have further travel restrictions in place. Please visit the following links for more specific information.
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Northwest Territories
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island