Canada’s Border requirements have changed!
Canada is planning to reopen its borders to fully vaccinated international travellers on Tuesday, September 7.
Beginning at 12:01 am EDT on September 7, 2021, fully vaccinated foreign nationals will be eligible to enter Canada for discretionary (non-essential) reasons, such as tourism; however, these individuals must:
- be fully vaccinated: a traveller must have received, and show proof of, the full series of a vaccine — or combination of vaccines —accepted by the Government of Canada at least 14 days prior to entering Canada
- Currently, those vaccines are manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD, and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)
- have a valid pre-arrival COVID-19 molecular test result taken no more than 72 hours before their scheduled flight or their arrival at the land border crossing, or a previous positive test result taken between 14 and 180 days before departure to Canada. Antigen tests, often called “rapid tests,” are not accepted
- be asymptomatic
- submit their mandatory information via ArriveCAN (App or website), including proof of vaccination in English or French and a quarantine plan
- be admissible under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act,and
- take a test on arrival, if selected
Providing proof of your vaccination
- Fully vaccinated travellers must be asymptomatic, have a paper or digital copy of their vaccination documentation, and provide COVID-19-related information electronically through ArriveCAN prior to arrival in Canada. As with all other exempt travellers they will be required to follow public health measures in place, such as wearing a mask when in public, keep a copy of their vaccine and test results, as well as a list of close contacts for 14 days after entry to Canada.
In ArriveCAN, you must provide:
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- the details of your first dose (date, country and vaccine you received)
- the details of your second dose if one was required (i.e., for Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca vaccines)
- a photo(s) or PDF file(s) of the record of your vaccination(s), such as receipts or confirmations from the vaccinating organization. These must be in English, French, or a certified translation into English or French.
K-12 programs across Canada will be welcoming students in September 2021. International students planning to come for programs longer than 6 months will need to have a study permit.The most important updates for our students:
- Fully vaccinated travellers who meet all of the entry requirements will be able to come to Canada starting September 7th!
- Non vaccinated or partially vaccinated students must still complete 14 days of quarantine. These students must also follow the BC government restrictions once quarantine ends.
- Fully vaccinated students with a student visa can enter Canada without having to do the 14-day quarantine.
All travellers, regardless of vaccination status, will still require a pre-entry COVID-19 molecular test result and have a quarantine plan in case border officials determine the students do not meet exemption requirements. However effective September 7, 2021, the Government of Canada is adjusting its post-arrival testing strategy for fully vaccinated travellers. Using a new border testing surveillance program at airports and land border crossings, fully vaccinated travellers will not need a post-arrival test unless they have been randomly selected to complete a Day 1 COVID-19 molecular test.
There are no changes to the mandatory testing requirements or quarantine requirements for partially/unvaccinated travellers.
Learn more about the Government’s announcement, expanded border opening, and new entry requirements:
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September 3, 2021 Ottawa, Ontario . As was announced on July 19, the Government of Canada will allow fully vaccinated foreign nationals meeting the conditions to enter Canada for discretionary (non-essential) purposes starting on September 7, 2021. This decision is based on the latest available data, scientific evidence and epidemiological situation both in Canada and internationally.
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