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As of January 5, 2023 travellers from the PR China, Hong Kong & Macao required to present a negative COVID-19 test before departing for Canada 

As of 12:01 a.m. EST on January 5, all air travellers who are two years of age and older, arriving on flights originating from the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong or Macao, will need to provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test result, taken no more than two days before their departure, to the airline prior to boarding. The test could be either a negative molecular (such as a PCR test), or a negative antigen test that has documentation to show that it has been monitored by a telehealth service or an accredited laboratory or testing provider. Passengers who tested positive more than 10 days before their departure flight, but no more than 90 days, can provide the airline with documentation of their prior positive, in place of a negative test result.

These planned health measures will apply to air travellers, regardless of nationality and vaccination status. They are temporary measures, in place for 30 days, that will be reassessed as more data and evidence becomes available. Airlines must receive the negative COVID-19 test result, or documentation of a positive test result taken within the prior 10-90 days, before the traveller boards the plane, otherwise the traveller will be denied boarding.

Further details at:


COVID-19 Border Measures end on October 1, 2022

Starting October 1, 2022, all COVID-19 border requirements, including vaccination, mandatory use of ArriveCAN, and any testing and quarantine/isolation requirements will end for all travellers entering Canada whether by land, air or sea. https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid

Transport Canada is also removing existing travel requirements. As of October 1, 2022, travellers will no longer be required to:

  • undergo health checks for travel on air and rail; or
  • wear masks on planes and trains.

Although the masking requirement is being lifted, all travellers are strongly recommended to wear high-quality and well-fitted masks during their journeys.https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/news/2022/09/government-of-canada-to-remove-covid-19-border-and-travel-measures-effective-october-1.html

As of June 20, the Canadian government will suspend vaccination requirements for domestic and outbound travel.
  • Masking and other public health protection measures will continue to be in place and enforced on planes 
  • Current border measures, including the existing vaccination requirement for most foreign nationals to enter Canada, and quarantine and testing requirements for Canadians who have not received their primary vaccine series, remain in effect.


As of April 1, 2022:

Pre-entry tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada by land, air or water. Until then, follow the pre-entry test requirements described at: https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid/travel-restrictions/flying-canada-checklist/covid-19-testing-travellers-coming-into-canada

As a reminder, travellers arriving to Canada from any country, who qualify as fully vaccinated, may need to take a COVID-19 molecular test on arrival if selected for mandatory random testing. Travellers selected for mandatory random testing are not required to quarantine while awaiting their test result.

For partially or unvaccinated travelers who are currently allowed to travel to Canada, pre-entry testing requirements are not changing. Unless otherwise exempt, all travellers 5 years of age or older who do not qualify as fully vaccinated must continue to provide proof of an accepted type of pre-entry COVID-19 test result.

All travellers continue to be required to submit their mandatory information in ArriveCAN (free mobile app or website) before their arrival in Canada. Travellers who arrive without completing their ArriveCAN submission may have to test on arrival and quarantine for 14 days, regardless of their vaccination status. Travellers taking a cruise or a plane must submit their information in ArriveCAN within 72 hours before boarding.

After your arrival

For 14 days following entry into Canada, you must:

  • properly wear a well-constructed and well-fitting mask when in public spaces, both indoors and outdoors
  • maintain a list of all close contacts and locations you visit
  • keep copies of your proof of vaccination

Some federal rules after entering Canada are different from the provincial or territorial rules. In this case, you must follow the stricter rules.

Monitor for symptoms for 14 days after your arrival.


As of February 25, 2022:

The deadline for unvaccinated Foreign Nationals (FNs) to continue to be allowed to depart Canada, with a valid test, has been extended from February 28 to August 31, 2022.  Prior to the revised deadline of Sept 1, 2022, the policy will be revisited.

Foreign nationals who don’t qualify as fully vaccinated and who don’t permanently reside in Canada will continue to be allowed to depart Canada until August 31, 2022.  As of February 28, 2022, foreign nationals who are travelling outbound from Canada and who don't qualify as fully vaccinated, must be in possession of a valid COVID-19 test result by providing proof of either a valid COVID-19 molecular test or a COVID-19 antigen test As is the case today, they must continue to show proof of a valid COVID-19 test result at the time of boarding with one of the following results:

  • COVID-19 Molecular Test
    • A negative COVID-19 molecular test result performed by an accredited laboratory or testing provider taken within 72 hours of the initial scheduled departure time; or
    • A negative self-administered COVID-19 molecular test result that was observed (with results verified) by an accredited laboratory or testing provider within 72 hours of the initial scheduled departure time; or
    • A positive molecular test result taken at least 10 calendar days and no more than 180 calendar days before the initial scheduled departure time. Counting starts the day following the day of testing.
  • COVID-19 Antigen Test
    • A negative antigen test performed by an accredited lab or testing provider no more than one calendar day before the initial scheduled departure time; or
    • A negative self-administered antigen test that was observed by an accredited lab or health testing provider no more than one calendar day before the initial scheduled departure time.


Effective February 28, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. EST:

  • Travellers will now have the option of using a COVID-19 rapid antigen test result (taken the day prior to their scheduled flight or arrival at the land border or marine port of entry) or a molecular (PCR) test result (taken no more than 72 hours before their scheduled flight or arrival at the land border or marine port of entry) to meet pre-entry requirements. Taking a rapid antigen test at home is not sufficient to meet the pre-entry requirement – it must be authorized by the country in which it was purchased and must be administered by a laboratory, healthcare entity or telehealth service.
  • We will be easing the on-arrival testing for fully-vaccinated travellers. This means that travellers arriving to Canada from any country, who qualify as fully vaccinated, will be randomly selected for arrival testing. Travellers selected will also no longer be required to quarantine while awaiting their test result.
  • Children under 12 years old, travelling with fully vaccinated adults, will continue to be exempt from quarantine, without any prescribed conditions limiting their activities. This means, for example, they no longer need to wait 14 days before attending school, camp or daycare.
  • Unvaccinated travellers will continue to be required to test on arrival, on Day 8 and quarantine for 14 days. Unvaccinated foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter Canada unless they meet one of the few exemptions,
In addition, the Government of Canada's travel advice will also be adjusted on February 28, 2022 as follows:
  • The Government of Canada will adjust its Travel Health Notice from a Level 3 to a Level 2. This means that the Government will no longer recommend that Canadians avoid travel for non-essential purposes.
  • international flights carrying passengers will be permitted to land at all remaining Canadian airports that are designated by the Canada Border Services Agency to receive international passenger flights.


December 15, 2021:

Fully vaccinated travellers who have been in any country other than Canada and the United States in the 14 days prior to entry to Canada may be selected for arrival testing. They must quarantine in a suitable place until they receive a negative test result. The Government of Canada is increasing the number of fully vaccinated travellers being selected for testing to reach 100% of vaccinated travellers in the coming weeks.

Requirements for unvaccinated travellers remain unchanged.

Further details at: https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid


November 30, 2021, 03:01 AM EST, three additional COVID-19 vaccines approved for use by the World Health Organization will be accepted for travel to and within Canada.

  • Sinopharm (also referred to as Covilo)
  • Sinovac (also referred to as Coronavac)

January 15, 2022, international students who are 18 years old and older; will only be allowed to enter the country if they are fully vaccinated with one of the vaccines approved for entry into Canada.

For more information please visit https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid/travel-restrictionss/exemption

Updated: As of  September 24th, 2021

Short Term Studies (Less than 6 months)


If you qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller, you may now enter Canada for study for 6 months or less with a valid travel document (visitor visa or electronic travel authorization [eTA]). However, there are advantages to getting a study permit for study for 6 months or less, including facilitating re-entry to Canada if you travel during your studies.

If you don’t qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller, you must meet all of the following requirements to come to Canada to study for 6 months or less:

  • You have a valid study permit or have been approved for a study permit and received a letter of introduction from IRCC.
  • You have a valid travel document (eTA or visitor visa).
  • You’ll attend a DLI that has a COVID-19 readiness plan that has been approved by its province or territory.

Updated: As of  September 7th, 2021

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:

  1. 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
  2. Currently, those vaccines are manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD, and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)
  3. 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
  4. be asymptomatic
  5. submit their mandatory information via ArriveCAN (App or website), including proof of vaccination in English or French and a quarantine plan
  6. be admissible under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, and
  7. take a test on arrival, if selected

For more information please visit https://www.canada.ca/en/border-services-agency/news/2021/09/travel-advisory-reminder--on-september-7-new-measures-for-fully-vaccinated-international-travellers-to-canada-will-come-into-force.html


Updated: As of  July 20th, 2021

Detailed information regarding the federal government announcements made today can be found at the links here: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/news/2021/07/government-of-canada-announces-easing-of-border-measures-for-fully-vaccinated-travellers.html

For quick reference, her are a few excerpts/highlights from each:

1) August 9, 2021, Canada plans to begin allowing entry to American citizens and permanent residents, who are currently residing in the United States, and have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to entering Canada for non-essential travel.

2) On September 7, 2021, provided that the domestic epidemiologic situation remains favourable, the Government intends to open Canada’s borders to any fully vaccinated travellers who have completed the full course of vaccination with a Government of Canada-accepted vaccine at least 14 days prior to entering Canada and who meet specific entry requirements.

3) Effective August 9, 2021, international flights carrying passengers will be permitted to land at the following five additional Canadian airports:

  • Halifax Stanfield International Airport;
  • Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport;
  • Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport;
  • Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport; and
  • Edmonton International Airport.

These airports, in cooperation with the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Canada Border Services Agency and Transport Canada, are working to implement the measures necessary to safely welcome international passengers as soon as possible after August 9, as conditions dictate.

4) All travellers, regardless of vaccination status, will still require a pre-entry COVID-19 molecular test result. However effective August 9, 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 for unvaccinated travellers.

5) Finally, with the advent of increased vaccination rates in Canada, declining COVID-19 cases and reduced pressure on health care capacity, the three-night government authorized hotel stay requirement will be eliminated for all travellers arriving by air as of 12:01 A.M. EDT on August 9. Fully vaccinated travellers who meet the requirements will be exempt from quarantine; however, all travellers must still provide a quarantine plan and be prepared to quarantine, in case it is determined at the border that they do not meet the necessary requirements.


1) The suspension of flights from India has been extended to August 21, 2021


  • Eliminate the three-night government-authorized hotel stay requirement for all travellers arriving by air as of 12:01 a.m. EDT on August 9.
  • Continue to require unvaccinated travellers to undergo Day 1 and Day 8 COVID-19 molecular tests, and complete a mandatory 14 day quarantine, subject to limited exceptions.
  • Unvaccinated children under 12 years of age and dependent children (due to a mental or physical condition) of fully vaccinated travellers will no longer have to complete a 14 day quarantine, but must follow strict public health measures. This means they can move around with their parents, but must avoid group settings - such as camps or daycares - during the first 14 days after their arrival. Unvaccinated children will remain subject to the Day 1 and Day 8 testing requirements. Provinces and territories may have more stringent rules around people who have recently returned from travel. More details will be available in the coming days.
  • Individuals who cannot be fully vaccinated due to a health condition for which vaccination is contraindicated according to the vaccine's label may also qualify for the eased quarantine and testing requirements currently available to fully vaccinated travellers, but must follow a modified quarantine. More details will be available in the coming days.

UPDATE: As of July 5, 2021

Exemptions for fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada who meet specific conditions

You may qualify for certain exemptions to quarantine and testing requirements if you:

Those who meet the requirements may be exempt from:

  • quarantine
  • hotel stopover (for air travellers)
  • day-8 testing requirement

NOTE: Travel restrictions on who can enter Canada remain in place.

To be considered fully vaccinated, you must:

  • be eligible to enter Canada
  • have received the full series of an accepted COVID-19 vaccine or a combination of accepted vaccines
  • have received your last dose at least 14 days prior to the day you enter Canada
    • Example: if your last dose was anytime on Thursday July 1st, then Thursday July 15th would be the first day that you meet the 14 day condition
  • upload your proof of vaccination in ArriveCAN

Accepted vaccines:

  • Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty, tozinameran, BNT162b2)
  • Moderna (mRNA-1273)
  • AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD (ChAdOx1-S, Vaxzevria, AZD1222)
  • Janssen/Johnson & Johnson (Ad26.COV2.S)

Vaccines not currently accepted for fully vaccinated status in Canada:

  • Bharat Biotech (Covaxin, BBV152 A, B, C)
  • Cansino (Convidecia, Ad5-nCoV)
  • Gamalaya (Sputnik V, Gam-Covid-Vac)
  • Sinopharm (BBIBP-CorV, Sinopharm-Wuhan)
  • Sinovac (CoronaVac, PiCoVacc)
  • Vector Institute (EpiVacCorona)
  • Other

NOTE: The list of accepted vaccines may expand in the future.

If you received your vaccines outside Canada, it’s still accepted but proof of vaccination must be uploaded digitally in ArriveCAN and must only be in French or English, or certified translation into French or English.

Entry requirements for the fully vaccinated exemption

Fully vaccinated travellers must follow the entry requirements:

  • Pre-entry test required
  • Quarantine plan in case you don’t get the exemption
  • Arrival test
  • Requirements checklist


  • Plan your quarantine.
  • Pre-register for your arrival test.
  • Within 72 hours before your arrival to Canada:
  • Have your ArriveCAN receipt and documents ready, including digital or paper copy of proof of vaccination.

What you need to enter into ArriveCAN:

  • Contact & travel information
  • 14-day travel history
  • Quarantine plan
  • Confirmation of a negative pre-entry test (or positive test taken 14-90 days prior to travel)
  • Proof of vaccination (must be in English or French, or a certified translation)
  • COVID-19 symptom self-assessment

For more information please visit:




UPDATE: As of March 22, 2021

Revision to definition of 'unaccompanied minor student'

While unaccompanied minor students remain exempt from the 3 night government-authorized accommodation (hotel quarantine), there has been a change to the definition of 'unaccompanied minor' student, regardless of province of point of entry or final destination, as follows:

  • a person who is less than 18 years of age and who will not be accompanied in the government-authorized accommodation by a person who is 18 years of age or older.

For more information please visit https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/awareness-resources/fully-vaccinated-travellers-covid-19.html

February 26, 2021


We are pleased to share that 'unaccompanied minor students' have been exempted from the recently imposed (February 22, 2021) requirement for all travellers to Canada have to complete a mandatory 3 day quarantine in a government-authorized hotel while awaiting the result of the COVID test conducted upon arrival.  Instead, 'unaccompanied minor students' will be able to continue to travel on to their final destination where they can fulfill the 14 day quarantine requirement under the care and support of their Canadian host family.


Accompanying Parent  

As the exemption was put in place to ensure the protection of minors traveling without parents or chaperones, those who do travel with a parent are NOT exempt from the Government approved hotel quarantine requirements and will be considered “accompanied.” In such a case, everyone (minor students and accompanying parent) will be subject to the mandatory 3-day government approved hotel stay.

An immediate family member (1 parent) may still apply to accompany their child to Canada if they will be helping the minor child while attending a school from kindergarten to grade 12. However, other younger (non-school age) siblings will not be permitted as they would not meet the definition of an immediate member helping a minor child settle in Canada.



NOTE: All travellers including minor students still need to have a negative COVID-19 molecular PCR test within 72 hours of departing for Canada and to present this documentation to the airline at time of check-in.

Unaccompanied minors will either receive their first test upon arrival at the airport (at the discretion of the CBSA officer) and be provided a 2nd kit to take with them, or they will be provided with 2 test kits (at no cost) to be self-administered on Day 1 and Day 10.  The test sample will then be sent to the lab by prepaid courier with the assistance of the student's host family.

  • Instructions for the self-administered test will be available in multiple languages including English, French, Spanish, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Mandarin, Cantonese, Portuguese, Hebrew, Russian and Arabic.
  • If individuals require additional support, there are paperwork, video tutorials and optional on-line virtual appointments to support self-testing through Switch Health.

Despite a negative COVID-19 test result pre-departure, at Day 1 or Day 10, all students still need to complete a full 14 day quarantine period.

From September 2020 to date, CAPS-I member schools have had the privilege of welcoming thousands of students into Canada and all of these young, international students have been well-supported and cared for throughout the quarantine period.


January 7, 2021

Effective midnight on January 7, 2021 (00:00 EST or 05:00 UCT), proof of a negative COVID-19 laboratory test result must be presented to the airline prior to boarding a flight to Canada.

Tests must be performed using a COVID-19 molecular test, such as a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or Loop-mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) test. The test must be taken within 72 hours of the traveller’s scheduled departure to Canada. Other types of tests, such as antigen tests, will not be accepted.

A negative laboratory test (paper or electronic proof of result) must be presented by the traveller to the airline or private operator prior to coming to Canada. Travellers must ensure that the negative laboratory test result includes the following data elements:

  • Traveller name and date of birth
  • Name and civic address of the laboratory/clinic/facility that administered the test
  • The date on which the test was conducted
  • The method of test conducted (e.g. PCR or LAMP)
  • The test result (such as “negative” or “not detected”)

Travellers are strongly encouraged to have their test performed at a reputable laboratory or testing facility (e.g., one recognized by the local government or accredited by a third party, such as a professional organization or international standards organization). Using a questionable or fraudulent document could result in the traveller being denied boarding, and subject to fines of up to $5,000 under the Aeronautics Act. This could also result in additional actions being levied against the traveller by a Public Health Quarantine officer upon arrival in Canada.

Information is available on Travel.gc.ca about reputable local COVID-19 testing facilities for certain destinations.

Further details at: https://tc.canada.ca/en/initiatives/covid-19-measures-updates-guidance-issued-transport-canada/covid-19-pre-departure-testing-transport-canada-interim-order


January 1, 2021

The Minister of Transport, the Honourable Marc Garneau, is requiring that, effective January 7, 2021, at 12:01 a.m. EST, all air passengers five years of age or older will be required to test negative for COVID-19 before travelling from another country to Canada. This implementation date provides all airlines, both foreign and domestic, adequate time to comply with the new requirements.

Documentation of a negative laboratory test result must be presented to the airline prior to boarding a flight to Canada. The test must be performed using a COVID-19 molecular polymerase chain reaction (or PCR) test and must be taken within 72 hours prior to the traveller’s scheduled departure to Canada.

Anyone who receives a negative test result and is authorized to enter Canada must still complete the full, mandatory 14-day quarantine.

The Government of Canada will be further increasing surveillance efforts to ensure travellers entering Canada complete the applicable mandatory 14-day quarantine period under the Quarantine Act.

As has been the case for months, all travellers will have their quarantine plans reviewed by a government official and, if not suitable, will be required to quarantine in a federal quarantine facility. Travellers to Canada must use the ArriveCAN App or website and provide accurate contact information and their mandatory 14-day quarantine plan on or before entry.




November 17, 2020

As of today, the K-12 sectors of all provinces except Newfoundland are noted on IRCC's website as 'approved to re-open to international students.'  However, public school authorities in the provinces of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia have decided that they will not be enrolling international students during the 2020-2021 school year.

In addition, the K-12 Ministries of Education in the provinces of Ontario and Saskatchewan are still reviewing/approving 'readiness plans' and have advised that the K-12 school boards/divisions/schools within their provinces can only welcome international students once their plans are approved.  Once approved, the school boards/divisions/schools will be listed on their respective Ministry lists (see below):



The following revised federal arrival requirements come into effect on November 21st:



November 4, 2020

Please read the information contained at the link below in full and very carefully as some new requirements will come into effect on Nov 21st related to arrival and after a student has entered Canada.


A couple of key excerpts are included below:

Requirements for travellers entering Canada by air:

As of November 21, 2020, if you're flying to Canada as your final destination, you must use ArriveCAN to submit your:

  • travel and contact information
  • quarantine plan (unless exempted under conditions set out in the mandatory isolation order)
  • COVID-19 symptom self-assessments

You must:

  • submit your information before you board your flight to Canada
  • be ready to show your ArriveCAN receipt when seeking entry into Canada
    • a border services officer will verify that you have submitted your information digitally

Requirements for all travellers after they've entered Canada:

As of November 21, 2020, all travellers, whether they travel by air, land or sea, must provide information after their entry into Canada.

You must use ArriveCAN or call 1-833-641-0343 to:

  • confirm that you've arrived at the address you provided for your quarantine or isolation location within 48 hours of your entry into Canada
  • complete daily COVID-19 symptom self-assessments during your quarantine period


November 3, 2020

IRCC updated their list of DLIs to include the K-12 sectors of Alberta and Saskatchewan as they are now also 'approved to reopen to international students.'

Only Ontario, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland's K-12 sectors are not yet approved.
IRCC has advised that the list will next be updated on Tuesday, November 17th.

October 21, 2020

The IRCC website (see below) now provides a list of the Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs) that have COVID-19 readiness plans approved by their respective provincial/territorial government. The search tool clearly distinguishes between K-12 and post-secondary sectors with the K-12 sector of each province either 'approved' or 'not approved' as a whole.
As of today, 5 provinces have approved their K-12 sector (BC, MB, QC, NB, PEI) to receive international students from outside of Canada and 5 have not yet approved their K-12 sector (AB, SK, ON, NS, NL) but are working diligently towards approval.



October 2, 2020


Earlier today, Friday, October 2nd, the Government of Canada announced that although border restrictions remain in place, processes are being introduced to support the entry of international students

"More specifically, these processes will provide for the entry of: 
  • international students, starting October 20, 2020, if they will be attending a designated learning institution that has been identified by their provincial or territorial government as having a COVID‑19 readiness plan in place"

The 'list' as to which educational institutions' readiness plans have been identified/approved by their respective provincial governments has not yet been made public (this may take a week or two and will be subject to updates.) CAPS-I will continue advocacy efforts in hopes of ensuring all members are on the list.

Very welcome, positive, encouraging news that I wanted to share, despite some details still unknown. We realize students who already have study permits approved may be anxious to book flights but I'd caution against that until there's more certainty and at least the initial list of institutions has been published.

Please be assured, that the health and wellness of international students currently enrolled in Canadian public schools continues to be a top priority for all of our members and that International Student Program staff remain available to provide the necessary support.

As the global COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, CAPS-I will continue to monitor the situation and provide the most up-to-date information available to support our members, partners, students and families around the globe.

Students travelling to Canada will all need to comply with the 14 day quarantine period upon arrival.   Regular checks to ensure compliance will be done and students must have a local phone number in order to be accessible to officials conducting such checks.  Students may wish to pre-arrange for Canadian phone service through a provider such as PhoneBox


For more information, consider the following resources:

Health Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html?utm_campaign=not-applicable&utm_medium=vanity-url&utm_source=canada-ca_coronavirus

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/service-delivery/coronavirus.html

Government of Canada – Travel Advisory: https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/advisories

Special Measures to Help Temporary & Permanent Residents & Applicants Affected by COVID-19 https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/coronavirus-special-measures.html

WHO’s Mental Health Considerations: https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/mental-health-considerations.pdf?sfvrsn=6d3578af_2


Public Health Authorities
Provinces and Territories Telephone number Website
British Columbia 811 www.bccdc.ca/covid19
Alberta 811 www.myhealth.alberta.ca
Saskatchewan 811 www.saskhealthauthority.ca
Manitoba 1-888-315-9257 www.manitoba.ca/covid19
Ontario 1-866-797-0000 www.publichealthontario.ca
Quebec 1-877-644-4545 www.quebec.ca/coronavirus
New Brunswick 811 www.gnb.ca/publichealth
Nova Scotia 811 www.nshealth.ca/public-health
Prince Edward Island 811 www.princeedwardisland.ca/covid19
Newfoundland and Labrador 811 or 1-888-709-2929 www.gov.nl.ca/covid-19

For more information: