Travel Advice & Advisories
Before travelling, always check the latest travel advice and advisory information with CAA Travel and the Government of Canada. Visit travel.gc.ca for more information, or contact a CAA Travel Consultant or call 1-800-267-8713.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Travel Update
Click to read the latest travel updates about COVID-19 (Coronavirus). To limit the spread of COVID-19, the Government of Canada advises that you avoid all non-essential travel outside of Canada until further notice. As of June 16, 2020, the restriction on all non-essential (discretionary) travel at the Canada-U.S. border that was initially implemented on March 21, 2020, was extended for an additional 30 days until July 21, 2020. This restriction covers all travel of an optional or discretionary nature. Until June 30, 2020, travel to Canada will be restricted for all foreign nationals coming from any country other than the United States. Other restrictions apply to those travelling from the United States. The Government of Canada has put in place an emergency order under the Quarantine Act. It applies to all travellers arriving in Canada. Its purpose is to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Canada. Failure to comply with this order is an offence under the Quarantine Act.
Travel Advice & Advisories
Get updated safety information on destinations around the world. Be sure to check these advisories twice before you leave: when you’re planning your vacation, and right before you depart.
Travel Health & Safety
Keep you and your loved ones safe on your vacation by knowing the health and safety risks before you go.
Register as a Canadian Travelling Abroad
CAA encourages Canadians to register before travelling abroad. This free service allows the Government of Canada to contact and assist you in case of an emergency abroad or a personal emergency at home.
Check Canada & United States Border Wait Times
Before heading across the border, check the wait times to make your journey easier!
Cannabis & International Travel
CAA reminds all travellers that it is illegal to take cannabis across Canadian borders – whether it is used medically or recreationally. As of October 17, 2018, Canadians can bring up to 30 grams of marijuana on domestic flights within Canada, but international travellers are advised not to carry any cannabis at all.
OHIP: Out-of-Country Travel Insurance
As of January 1, 2020, OHIP will no longer cover out-of-country travel insurance. CAA reminds all travellers that purchasing Travel Insurance is an important part of travelling. Don’t leave home unprotected, speak with a CAA Travel Consultant to learn more about CAA Travel Insurance.