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Canadian Border Updates
Please go directly to the source, Canada Border Services Agency (cbsa-asfc.gc.ca) for the answers to your questions.
As of Oct. 1, all travelers, regardless of citizenship, will no longer have to:
- Submit public health information through the ArriveCAN app or website
- Provide proof of vaccination
- Undergo pre- or on-arrival testing
- Carry out COVID-19-related quarantine or isolation
- Monitor and report if they develop signs or symptoms of COVID-19 upon arriving to Canada
- Undergo health checks for travel on air and rail
- Wear masks on planes and trains
Hey, deep-structure, what about ArriveCAN?
The only "illegal" way to get rid of fish guts is to put them back in the water. And that only pertains to Ontario I believe. If you are at a camp no problem, dispose in their fish cleaning facilities. If at a wilderness camp, bears are the issue so what ever keeps you safe
Anyone know of thw proper, legal way to dispose of fish entrails in Canada ?
Canada will drop its Covid-19 vaccine requirement for visitors by September 30, government officials have told Canadian news outlets. On the same day, the country is reportedly also going to end random Covid arrival tests and make the ArriveCan app optional.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has yet to formally sign off on the change.
Shouldn't be long now. JB declared the pandemic is over.
anyone have info on border opening for nonvacs?