- Starting June 20, 2022, vaccination will no longer be required to board a plane or train in Canada.
- Starting June 20, 2022, vaccination will no longer be required to board a plane in Canada for international trips. Travelers must still follow the rules of the country they are going to.
- Travel restrictions continue to change around the world and return options could become limited at any time.
- For more information, visit the Travel Advice and Advisory website.
- All Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada, regardless of vaccination status, can enter Canada from an international location.
- Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada who are not fully vaccinated must meet all testing, ArriveCAN and quarantine requirements for travellers.
- Foreign nationals who are fully vaccinated can enter Canada.
- Foreign nationals who are not fully vaccinated are only allowed to enter Canada in specific circumstances.
- All travellers entering Alberta from outside Canada must have appropriate plans and the necessary supports in place to quarantine for 14 days (in the case that this is required). Travellers must submit their quarantine plans through ArriveCAN using the online portal or the ArriveCAN mobile app before boarding a flight back to Canada or arriving at the land border crossing.
- Learn more about Canada’s requirements for travel, testing and borders.
For partially and non-vaccinated travellers, the federal government has in place a compassionate exemption online application process for those seeking a limited release from quarantine to visit a patient, client or resident who is receiving critical care for a life-threatening illness or imminent end-of-life care, and/or to attend a funeral or celebration of life event.
Learn more about compassionate entry and limited release from quarantine.
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